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Sunday 31 December 2006

Steve.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 12:59
Dont worry Jim not having a curry now so i will be ok mixing with others and you dont need to put me out in the sticks.Think desk,coffee,cakes.Happy new year to all.

Steve.J [WEIGHTWATCHERSAC]

Posted : 13:01
If you had not ate all the pies Rich it may of been able to take off.Then again i cant comment at the moment.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 17:21

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I would just like to wish all of my friends and fellow club members a very happy, prosperous, successful, fast and injury free New Year. 2006 has been another great year for the club and I hope it can only go from strength to strength in 2007. Happy New Year.

Matt Washburn [Weston AC]

Posted : 18:39

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It's with a happy heart that, on the last day year, I managed to battle against the wind and fulfilled the last remaining New Year’s resolution for 2006 and achieve a sub-45 10k and, in doing so clocked up my 18th PB for this year :)))Thanks to everyone at Weston AC, you have undoubtedly had some impact on me this year.Here's to 2007 and lets hope it’s equally as successful. Cheers

Saturday 30 December 2006

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 10:48

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Hi Rich,The usual suspects are going up to the Peak Sunday meet 8.15am Walnut Tree Car Park.I wont be there, still injured and miserable!!

Steve Jenkins [REF HANGOVER]

Posted : 17:31
Jim, After returning from the North Pole with man-flu my plans for new years eve have changed and i can help out at the Hangover if you need me.However there are risks involved as im having a curry the night before.Let me know should you need a wind machine to help you out.!!!!!!

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 18:52

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Hi Everyone! I hope you all had a fab Xmas. I trust there's going to be an 8.30am jaunt from The Swan on Sunday? See you there...if not I'm going to be Billy no mates. Have a great 2007!

Jim [WAC] E-mail Jim

Posted : 20:30
Steve, would appreciate your help. Re curry I will give you a post well down wind of others.Gerry, Cheer up I am sure 2007 will see your injuries clear up.For everyone climbing the peak tomorrow I think we will need good shoes and ropes to keep us down

rich g

Posted : 22:45
thank you gerry but owing to the lateness of my easyjet flight will not be contemplating an early start, hope you feel better soon, a happy new year to all in the club

Friday 29 December 2006

rich g [wac]

Posted : 20:27
hi I was just wondering if anyone was out this sunday morn, could do with a trip to the peak

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 20:39
If you need a hand at the Hangover on Monday get in touch with me via the message board

Oscar

Posted : 21:12
Dont worry Neale just cause you did not get anything in the fixed London club draw, you might stand a chance in the awards night not saying its fixed or anything, just the same popular faces, getting the same popular awards.

Jim (WAC) [WAC] E-mail Jim (WAC)

Posted : 21:18
Kira,Would appreciate your help on Monday. Please come down to the village hall by 10:00 so that I can allocate your position or give me a call if you prefer.

Thursday 28 December 2006

Malcolm [WAC]

Posted : 12:49

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A Childs beige jacket 9/10 years was left at the Xmas Cracker race. If anyone wants to claim it back please let me know, otherwise it is destined for the charity shop. 07979 562874

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster] E-mail Shaun Callaghan

Posted : 13:53
To WAC Marathon Runners - please check that I have recorded your best marathon time for 2006. Click here to check. Thanks.

Wednesday 27 December 2006

Martin Hurcombe [Weston AC]

Posted : 12:14
Found an uncollected 'Caution Runners' sign from the Xmas Cracker outside Weston General this morning. I'll bring it along to the next Tuesday session if anyone wants to claim it for the next club race.

Uncle Albert

Posted : 23:12
Good work Martin, thanks for keeping us in the loop.

Tuesday 26 December 2006

PBiNZ E-mail PBiNZ

Posted : 06:25
Bit late but only just got hold of a computer - hope everyone had a great xmas and all the best for 2007! See you in April :)

Sunday 24 December 2006

Victor

Posted : 15:20

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Happy christmas one and all, hope every one has a good one. Not forgetting the old goat on her sojourn down under i hope all is well with you. See you all in th new year.

Malcolm [Weston A/C]

Posted : 19:22

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CLUB XMAS & NEW YEAR TRIVIA4140 Runners crossed the line in one of our 13 races during 2006.375 of these were Weston AC MembersWe now have 125 Club MembersThere were 22 Club Social events in 2006.You can train to improve your Running, Cycling or Swimming with the Club.What more can you ask for????????? (let me know!)A very successful 2006 lets all look forward to 2007. Have a Great Xmas and New Year!!Malcolm

Saturday 23 December 2006

wac supporters club

Posted : 18:41
Rob Skeen hits unofficial p.b. 34.04on December Prom Run.

Friday 22 December 2006

The Cowells

Posted : 11:09
Merry Christmas everyone.We have made some wonderful new friends this year and wish you all the (personal) best for 2007.Apologies for not dishing out Xmas Cards last night, they are still neatly piled on the Kitchen side! we will try and post those we know this morning.

Wednesday 20 December 2006

Liz Green

Posted : 10:47
Cracker lost propertyif anyone left anything behind at Weston College on Sunday I **might** have it, but the place was pretty clear except for sand and tinsel.email liz.green@bristol.ac.uk

KIRA

Posted : 11:43
I am available for the task of attempting to hear and write down people's names correctly through the puffing, sweating and tears of exhaustion at the prom on thursday

Kira

Posted : 11:44
JayneBefore you go can you let me have a contact number for the Weston Walkers group for my 'Health walkers'.Have a great life!!

Ginnie [WAVC]

Posted : 12:23
Dave, I can help with the scribble Thursday night.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 12:25
Yes I can spell, no it's not a new club, just a slip of the finger!!!

KIRA

Posted : 13:06
Natashayou may be interested..............there is a Weston Cycle Club (Not Weston Wheelers)M Atkins 01934852379matkins@softhome.netDon't know what sort of cyclists go. Best contact them if intersted.

Crippled

Posted : 17:12
I would like to thank those who organised the Xmas Run last night.Thanks to them, I can no longer lift my arms above waste height.Great night thou

Victor Mildew [Firestarters a.c]

Posted : 18:13

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Another year , Another fixed draw. Surely after mine and Tiny Tims efforts last night we were guaranteed a coveted place. Looks like its up the M5 For me (it will be nice to see my goofy mate), a club that respects talent.

Victor

Posted : 18:19

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I will be training up on the mendips this sunday 8.30 at Swan Rowberrow, and might have spot of brekkie in shipham cafe afterwards if anyone is interested.

Malcolm [WAC]

Posted : 18:55

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Any club member interested in a Gold Bond place raising sponsorship for the Samaritans charity please phone me asap.07979 562874

Tuesday 19 December 2006

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster]

Posted : 21:12
Help is wanted for the Prom Run on Thursday. Both Pat and Kira are unavailable for desk duties. Please contact Dave Jones (01934 414361) if you are able to help.

Monday 18 December 2006

Michael Coupe [Nailsea R C] E-mail Michael Coupe

Posted : 09:12
Once again a well organised race. I appreciate that these are just provisionals results but could you amend them to include me please? I'm a bit aggrieved because I finished in 44.02 which should give me 2nd V60+.

Sunday 17 December 2006

robert morgan

Posted : 17:09
Just to say well done to all involved in the Cracker and all those who helped. From where I saw things from it all seemed to go to plan. Thanks to Ken for a great first race and all those on the cracker committee along with all those who helped us on the day...what a great race and a great club.

Ken Tuckwood

Posted : 19:08
A really heartfelt thank you to all those who helped with today's 19th Christmas Cracker, especially the members of the Cracker Committee. A really fantastic event and a credit to the club. So many comments about how well it was organised are a credit to you all. Sorry to hear of Gerry & Neale's sad news. It's a sign of their commitment that they managed to turn up today to perform their roles so superbly.

Peter Kennedy [Town & Country Harriers]

Posted : 19:23
Well done every one at Weston AC - perfect weather topped off a great race - damm first lady pipped me at the post !!!

Saturday 16 December 2006

rob morgan

Posted : 20:35

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This is hard and bad news to break and I hope Neale and Gerry don’t mind me putting this on the message board but they are such good friends of mine and I know they will find it hard tomorrow telling people themselves but they have had, what must be, a particularly hard and emotional day as the love of their lives Max has passed away. He was loved and adored not only by them but so many members of the club who loved seeing his stocky (athletic) build and his happy face at the many club runs and social events that he attended. He was ,without, a doubt, a much loved handsome beast…he will be missed…

PBiNZ

Posted : 21:09
Gerry and Neale - can't think of anything appropriate to write but am really sorry.....

Friday 15 December 2006

Club Secretary

Posted : 10:50
Calling all Committee MembersPlease note that the next Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday 9th January.Cheers; Claudine

Thursday 14 December 2006

GOOD NEWS [WESTON AC]

Posted : 18:13
Forecast for Sundays race is Sunny and Cool which is great news for runners, spectators and marshalls!!Marshalls need to meet at 10.00 a.m. at the Caravan near Waves Cafe on the Prom. College helpers need to arrive earlier. We need everyone to turn up for this big event so please.!!!!!!!!!! make sure you come and support your club. Malcolm 07979 562874.

Tuesday 12 December 2006

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 13:19
I have an entry for the Xmas Cracker which I shan't be using. If anyone is interested in running, please clear it with Malcolm first (you need to do my 5am shift!!!)and let me know by email.

Rob Morgan E-mail Rob Morgan

Posted : 15:44

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******CURRY NIGHT******21st December...filling up quickly, 20+ already confirmed so let me know if you want to come..

Ginnie Supporters Club

Posted : 16:11
Ginnie, was it the thought of the 5am start or was it the task they gave you? I heard you had the job of shinnying up the lamp-posts to put up the mile markers?...or is it that you are saving yourself for the prom run?Tuesday nighters are missing you! Keep in touch!

Thursday 07 December 2006

PBiNZ

Posted : 09:00
Why did you have to wait til I was out of the country before you got a 'hot new member'?!PS Gerry - letters took me a while too....try saying it out loud :)

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 10:35

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Thanks Phil all becomes clear.Good to hear from you, glad to see you are picking all the easy races out there!!The hot Mr Hiscocks is married with kids!

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 12:24
Cyclists:Fancy a time trail on Boxing day from Cross e-mail: rob@heathcote7.fsnet.co.ukor log onto Weston Wheelers.

Is it his@@ck or someone elses.

Posted : 15:30
Never mind Gerry you missed out there at least you still got Neale to cuddle up to.

Wednesday 06 December 2006

Avi Cohen

Posted : 17:48
A warm welcome to new member Gareth,nice to have some ethnic minorities joining.Hope the kit fits.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:25

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I don't get it!!Am I missing something?Please explain the letters.

Grahan Norton Fan Club [Uphill Shufflers] E-mail Grahan Norton Fan Club

Posted : 18:59
Re: 'Hot New Member'........ what is so hot about Hisc**k?

Malcolm [WESTON AC]

Posted : 21:00

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Xmas Cracker Marshalls and HelpersThanks to all who have offered their help on 17th December for this years race. I have now allocated roles to all volunteers and will try and confirm this to everyone by race day. If I have not managed to speak to you and you can offer your help.......we need you!! so please give me a call or see me at 7.00 p.m. on Mon, Tues or Thurs at Hutton Moor.Malcolm 01934 813340

Tuesday 05 December 2006

rob morgan E-mail rob morgan

Posted : 08:29

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********THURSDAY DECEMBER 21st*********Post prom CURRY NIGHT for those that want to come along...infomal night following a few drinks at tha Cabot Bar. Anyone interested please let me know so I can give the Bengal Raj an idea of numbers...

larry

Posted : 21:25
sorry gerry thought that was F H M, THANKS FOR THE CLARIFICATION BUT HOW DO YOU SPELL HUNGRY HORSE IN FOUR LETTERS

G4+ [WAC]

Posted : 21:38
M T G GHungary Horse in 4 lettersnuff said

Sunday 03 December 2006

Colin Welch [Nailsea RC] E-mail Colin Welch

Posted : 23:42
Come on Nick. Let's see you win the next Prom on the 21st Dec, dodgy keyborat or not. Col

Saturday 02 December 2006

Gerry H [FLM 2007 successful candidate]

Posted : 09:06

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Just to clarifya You need to have been a club member for at least one year.b you have to have actually entered the 2007 FLM and been rejected.c Be prepared, your life could be in danger once you add your name to the list. These club places are very sort after!

Friday 01 December 2006

Deadhorse

Posted : 10:30
Fast terrier,Don't think I'm the right deadhorse.This ones as in flogging a dead horse and shouldn't even be on this website, sorry can't resist it.

Nibbles R Us

Posted : 13:01
Slightly worrying that Pam has asked the ladies to take along anything else they fancy nibbling on!!! Answers on a postcard to ...

Hugh Hefner. [Playboya.c]

Posted : 17:32
You got Gerry asking all the ladys to go down and Pam wants something to nibble on.What sort of party is this????????

re pams party rocks

Posted : 22:24
qualifications for london marathon draw as follows:-a: you need to be a club member.b: you need to be insane.c: and you promise never to speak to fast terrier ever again.d: money helps

Thursday 30 November 2006

Nick Todd

Posted : 10:13
'Fast terrior' who is implying my lack of manners may need 2 re-read my message, which is a query n nothin els. Im no strangr 2 racing prom runs n am well aware wer i hav 2 giv my position card once i hav finnishd. I dnt think it unreseasonabl 2 want recognision 4 my 5 miles worth of work. I apoligise if i hav offended it was totally un-intended

Deadhorse

Posted : 11:04
Yeah, but still get a new keyboard.

Fast Terrier

Posted : 17:05
Dead Horse, I’m concentrating on XC league at the moment. Next race is at Blaise Castle at 2pm on Saturday. About 3 to enter on the day. Really competitive but great for speed and strength in winter. Nick, I know you didn’t mean to be rude, but the people who organise WAC races do it for the sport not for money. Good luck with your dyslexia.

Loyal Club Member [WAC]

Posted : 17:23
Leaves the club to avoid paying his subs, joins Clevedon to go pot hunting then still posts abuse on the Weston AC site - Some people !

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:09

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Blimey you lot, typical not much action on this message board for a while, then as soon as Pam's message goes on inviting all us girlies to a party you fire in your rabble and her message disappears out of site!!*SO ALL WAC LADIES PLEASE SCROLL DOWN*

pams party rocks

Posted : 22:00
can someone please explain the rules regarding being eligable to qualify for the clubs london marathon draw please

Wednesday 29 November 2006

Pam Withers [WAC] E-mail Pam Withers

Posted : 18:27
**Calling all WAC LADIES**Friday 15th December, you are invited to my house to say a fond farewell to Jayne Gillard who will shortly be being whisked off to New Zealand to start a new life with her new beau!The usual girly night rules apply bring a bottle and anything else you fancy nibbling on!!!Please let myself or Geraldine know if you are able to attend.

Fast Terrier

Posted : 20:16
Can someone please fix Nick Todds keyboard. Either that or teach him some manners. Over and out.

Missing in Action

Posted : 21:21
Well Firestarter makes a welcome appearance possibly next prom Mr Todd could follow you and hand his number in or have you given up competitive racing.

Tuesday 28 November 2006

PQ

Posted : 13:41
To: One day i will get in.Try sleeping with the computer!!!

big donkey

Posted : 16:36
or the chairman!!!!!

Nick Todd [Bristol & West AC] E-mail Nick Todd

Posted : 19:27
Excuse me whoever does the prom run results bt cud sum1 tell me why my name is missing from the results? I came 6th n its gt the time bt jst has a blank where my name shud b!!

Monday 27 November 2006

one day i will get in

Posted : 21:18
How do you qualify for the London Marathon draw??????

Sunday 26 November 2006

Malcolm [WAC]

Posted : 19:34

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2007 LONDON MARATHON CLUB PLACESFor all those existing members who have been unsucessful with their 2007 London entries....... you can enter the draw for one of the 3 Weston Athletic Club places. This draw will be held on Tuesday 19th December at our 'Xmas Special training night' kindly organised by Neil. If you qualify for the draw please put your names on the list which will be placed on our club notice board as from Tuesday 28th November. Important Note. On Tuesday 19th December training will take place from Hutton Moor sports centre and will NOT be on the beach so please meet us all there.Malcolm G 07979 562874

Saturday 25 November 2006

Ken Tuckwood

Posted : 12:30
Many thanks to all those who turned up to suuport a nervous novice Race Director at the Cracker stuffing party on Friday night. A great effort and much appreciated!!!

Martin Hurcombe [WAC] E-mail Martin Hurcombe

Posted : 16:58
Malcolm, do you have me down to help out with the Chirstmas Cracker early on the 17th? Can't remember whether you said I was needed or not. If not, Jayne's suggested I help out on the morning of the 16th.

Friday 24 November 2006

Malcolm [ Weston AC]

Posted : 17:20

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Teresa/Gerry........ Grace has offered to look after Lorna if you still need someone.Let us know. 813340

Malcolm [WAC]

Posted : 17:27

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Anyone who has a spare couple of hours this evening might like to help at our Cracker 'Stuffing Party' Helping to fill the 1600 race envelopes. This starts at 7.00 p.m. tonight at Weston Hospice in Uphill.......Food & Drinks provided!! Malcolm 07979 562874

Thursday 23 November 2006

Claude van Vodka

Posted : 14:10
They sure are, but there's no point in anyone else entering as I'm bound to win!!By the way, just to let you all know that this year Weston AC actually have 3 (yes count them, that's three!!) club entries for the London Marathon! Roll on the club draw in December!

Teresa and Gerry [WAC]

Posted : 22:40
Is there any club member planning to spectate at the finish at Brent Knoll who wouldn't mind looking after Lorna for 45 mins or so? Ideally we'd both run the race but if there are no willing volunteers we'll just toss a coin!See you on Sunday

Tuesday 21 November 2006

Lilly the Pinker [Rymes With?]

Posted : 20:56
A big well done to pip kev and mike fantastic performance and at least there was one good looking club member in Cornwall at the weekend (Daffyd likes lycra).Claudine are the advance entrys out yet for the xmas vodka drinking contest.

Sunday 19 November 2006

Jim [WAC] E-mail Jim

Posted : 21:16
Geri - Shaun has put a form for Brent Knoll on the calendar. It needs to be there by Tuesday.Pippa. Just seen your result for the Cornish marathon. Great time. Eleventh overall and first lady on that course is terrific.

Friday 17 November 2006

Martin H (WAC)

Posted : 08:13
Phil, my number's 830109 if you want to arrange transport from Congresbury for Tuesdays.

Phil (non-bird) in Blighty [WAC - Congresbury Chapter]

Posted : 08:50
Martin thanks for the number, I'll call over the weekend. We can use the 2+ lane now which might get us both to the race on time next month!PS. Still can't believe I was beaten by a 5 month old last night.PPS. London cheque not cashed, so I guess I'll be in the Xmas raffle!

Malcolm [Weston A/C]

Posted : 18:53

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Lost ShoesGrace got a call today from a runner who left a pair of Blue Trainers at the Cabot Bars last night. Anyone who has picked them up please give me a call. Malcolm G.

Wednesday 15 November 2006

Claudine [WAC]

Posted : 13:45
Advance Entries for the 2007 GWR Towpath Series are now open!!Entries are open exclusively between now and 31 December 06 to Affiliated Club runners for the 2007 Towpath Series. On 01/01/07 entries will then be opened to all. The series filled up extremely quickly last year so those of you who want to enter the Series should submit your entries ASAP.I will photocopy a number of entry forms and leave at Hutton Moor however, please note that on-line entries will also be taken. Visit the GWR website:www.greatwesternrunners.org.uk

Dream Team or is that Dreaming Team?

Posted : 16:18
Ginnie, we missed you down at the beach last night. Are you well? Are you up for your dream team performance on Thursday?Call me 07793 715395

Tuesday 14 November 2006

Victor ( Vets A Team) [ Vets A Dream team]

Posted : 20:56

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The Vets B Team think they can beat us ,lets put them in there rightful place and give the senior a side something to think about on thurs prom.

Thursday 09 November 2006

Vulnerable of Kewstoke

Posted : 08:54
I cannot believe my curry loving, beer guzzling, semi retired pacer is not going to be there for me! We're probably still safe as long as you don't have more than 2 curry's and 6 pints!! Have a good time. See you soon.P.S Have you got a CD for us?

Steve Mclaren with out the ginger hair.

Posted : 12:42
thy will do my most best to be there as i want my certificate, however i cant promise you another pb.i will bring cd of the sights of amsterdam with me.

Wednesday 08 November 2006

Lesley

Posted : 08:51
In my dreams Gerry!

Steve.J [ENGLAND SUPPORTERS CLUB]

Posted : 09:11
Lesley,You could be on your own for the next prom run as i do not get back from Amsterdam till Thursday Lunch and i something tells me i will be in no fit state to run.If i did manage to run i would expect you to sprint off and smash the 40 min barrier, i would put my self down as a 50min with a couple of puke stations on the way.

Marian (WAC) [WAC] E-mail Marian (WAC)

Posted : 21:08
For the Ladies - Aloe Vera Health/Pamper Party at mine, Wed 15th Nov 7.30ish.Bring a friend. Wine & nibbles.Please indicate if you can make it (for the catering!!)

Tuesday 07 November 2006

Phil in NZ

Posted : 03:54
Is this my new name? Arrived safe and sound thanks, job fell through 24 hours before left but have another, weather alright (would hate to rub it in!) and have a couple of races planned already - I heard it was freezing, am kind of missing mud a bit!!

slow si

Posted : 07:19
lesley. i think it was about 8.15 a mile. well done!

Claudine

Posted : 13:47
Hi Phil in NZ. Glad to hear you arrived safely and already have races planned! As for missing the mud ... perhaps we could post some to you (along with a Cracker T-shirt?!)

Monday Night Old Girl!

Posted : 16:08
Si, we're not slow, we're on the up!!I really enjoyed last night's run, I think we really pushed ourselves in the cold. I was exhausted, but felt really chuffed at our time. Another Monday Night PB!Big Thanks to Malcolm for pushing us hard!Roll on Prom Run!!!- did I really say that?

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:18

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40mins on the cards then lesley!!

Graham B [WAC] E-mail Graham B

Posted : 19:37
Does anyone want an entry to cheddar half on Sat? I have come down with the lurgee big time and won't be fit for the race. Either phone 07910 670420 or email me on the address below

Monday 06 November 2006

Steve.J

Posted : 10:09
Hi Dave Good result at the weekend 2nd from bottom now, keep going and you might make it 3rd from bottom.All my running is done a.m before work so night running till next year when i hope to rejoin tuesdays & thursdays.

Teresa E-mail Teresa

Posted : 17:07
Hi Phil in NZ - forgot you were going so soon so didn't say bye! Hope you have an incredible time and look forward to running with you again when you come back.

Relegation Runner

Posted : 21:01
How far are you going in the mornings?To the Pier or to the kettle to keep the management sweet and warm?

Sunday 05 November 2006

Relegation Runner

Posted : 22:49
Mr Angry...are you out on Monday night? if so L will see you there.

Saturday 04 November 2006

KIRA

Posted : 11:55
Hi Phil in NZ. Hope your journey went well. If you get to read this you got out of the country in the nick of time it was b****y freezing on the bike today! hard frost. Hear from u soon

Steve.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 21:15
Just for the record i have not put my name down for any races on the runners & riders. It seems someone has added my name.I have no races planned for this year apart from the proms. Thank you and for the person who added my name get a ''cking life!!!

Friday 03 November 2006

Deadhorse

Posted : 10:35
Someone say camp?.

Claudine

Posted : 13:46
Thought I do London in fancy dress this time. How difficult do you think it would be to run dressed as a bottle of vodka?

R M

Posted : 17:30
Well if it were you running after a bottle I would say very easy and no doubt a PB on the result. Dressed as one...give it a go there is probably enough vodka sloshing around in those veins to get away with it.

Thursday 02 November 2006

si walsh

Posted : 09:44
oh bugger. i think i might be doing the london marathon too.cheque was cashed yesterday.

DAVE jones [WAC]

Posted : 10:54
Hi, have arrive at Pushka, Camel fairin full swing in the desert, day off from cycling, just wondering whether to buy a few camels and set in up competition to the donkeys on the beach!see you after next Prom Race DAVE

Claudine

Posted : 13:16
I'm in!! (My cheque's also been cashed!)

London Marathon Race Marshall

Posted : 15:03
Oh Bu**er ! It really is going to be a long old day !

Claudine

Posted : 15:32
Cheeky sod!! (On second thoughts perhaps you'd better take a very comfy chair or even a camp bed for an overnight stay!).

London Marathon Organiser

Posted : 16:07
Gerry and Claudine - We've given you both race entries on the condition that you keep up with the guy in the Deep Sea Divers outfit - and yes, it's ok if you wear your Rhino outfits !

Im not bitter honest!!!!!!

Posted : 16:16
Would all London Marathon cashed chqsrunners please speak out.Need to know the competion for the club(fixed) draw for the remaining 2 places.Its normaly always the favorites but if they are running us people in the klik might have a chance.

Marian

Posted : 17:35
Oh heck, here I go again for the London. Cheque cashed today!!

Wednesday 01 November 2006

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 17:43
Well done Gerry. Looks like I've not got in this year (5th rejection) so I'm in for 2008.

Tuesday 31 October 2006

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 08:29

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About time too! Six years of waiting!My name will no longer be in the WAC December draw, my London Marathon cheque has been cashed!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:56

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Well done gerry. If at first you dont succeed try try try try try try again..Now comes the hard bit but I guess youve been in training for at least six years so should be easy enough!!!

Potential London Marshall

Posted : 12:49
Well done Gerry, I suppose this means it will be a long day for me then ?

Claudine

Posted : 13:27
FINALLY!!!! Fantastic News Gerry!!PS: Perhaps you ought to advise the hotel your staying the night before that only sausage pasta (made to your own recipe) will do for your pre-run meal on the Saturday evening!!

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 13:37
We had a really successful turn out at the first WRN session last night. 26 ladies half of them were absolute beginners which was great. If you have any wives, sisters, daughters (16+) neices, or mums who may fancy a jog encourage them to come along

Matt

Posted : 16:11

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Well done Gerry, I also found out that mine has been cashed as well :)After just getting back from Dublin, my legs aren't very happy with the news at the moment.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:35

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Well done Matt on finaly achieving a sub 4!Congrats to kira and co for a successfull first WRN night.

Sunday 29 October 2006

Ralph (wac)

Posted : 21:14
Enjoyed the breakfast run this morning. Looking forward to the next one!!

Friday 27 October 2006

Dan Holland [Unnatached] E-mail Dan Holland

Posted : 16:06
Does anyone at your club have a spare number for the Sodbury slog.If so I would love to but it off you. My email adress is dan.holland@uk.taylorwoodrow.com.Cheers

Jimmy Nail [Well Hard]

Posted : 20:48
You'd better have a Tough Forehead if you think you can 'BUT' my number off me Danny Boy

Roger Hart

Posted : 20:55
Just found this race in the fell runners mag.La Trans Aq'.230km in 6 stages in the south of France.190km on beautiful woodland ,40km on coastal trails,some very soft sand, some hard sand.Have an adventure of a lifetime.Teams of 3 runners required ,you need to be as mad as me.Have a look at the web site www.trans-aqu.com .I may be tempted to do it alone but it would be good to have company. let me know.

Monday 23 October 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 22:43
Cheers rm though luckily I appear to have grown out of those habits! Ta to those who came out on fri and to Neale for organising it....was an amusing evening!

Sunday 22 October 2006

Liz Wiggins

Posted : 17:44
What about Monday night then?? Is it justt for the very speedy or for a few slow coaches too??

Saturday 21 October 2006

rm

Posted : 17:04
To PB....Good luck in NZ...after last night lets home they are ready for your drinking and agression... Good night and great curry!. have a fab time,see you when you return.

Thursday 19 October 2006

Liz Wiggins

Posted : 15:47
Is anyone doing the Sunday morning run from the Walnut Tree to Crooks Peak this week??

Tuesday 17 October 2006

big news [myturbansdirty ac]

Posted : 21:21
Jenkos made the team, TOP MAN, currys all round his belly

Monday 16 October 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 09:04

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Can I just say a big WELL DONE to Roger and Bryan for organising “The Muddle” yesterday. It was fantastic to see a record number of entries and to see everything running so smoothly. Thanks also to all those who helped marshal or helped in anyway shape or form. Well done – another fantastic club race.

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 12:53

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........and a big thank you to the ladies & gents from the catering corps/RNLI team in the kitchens. Nice fruit cake may I say!I hope I can live up to the high standards Roger has set for next years race! No pressure then!

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 12:57

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......and a big 'Well Done!' to the ladies and gents from the club who took part in the Cardiff Half/Full Marathon. Now you've had your fun you'll be on Muddle marshal duty next year! LOL.

Sunday 15 October 2006

Roger Hart

Posted : 19:52
I would like to thank everyone who spared the time to help make this years Mendip Muddle the most successful one to date. 234 paid to run and 208 finished. A good day was had by all. Once again thank-you.

Liz [WAC]

Posted : 19:55
Well done to Shaun for getting results and pics on the web so quickly. Thanks too to all our smiley marshals who help get us round.

Dave and Lesley ( Award to the top Banana ) [WAC]

Posted : 20:39
A great big thanks to Ralph who followed us all ( Rob, Tim, us two and the other Westonians who ran today)around Cardiff and gave us a big 'WESTON' cheer.Thanks mate...it certainly helped.

Phil (bird)

Posted : 22:44
Amazing run Pip - 1st Weston runner home, v. impressive, well done!!

Thursday 12 October 2006

KIRA

Posted : 22:00
Sorry Roger & Bryan i am away on holiday this w'end you know i would be there helping if i was around. So good luck to the organsiers and runners.

Tuesday 10 October 2006

Lesley

Posted : 08:41
Si, you are having a laugh, I just hope he doesn't catch me up on his second lap!!

Liz [Weston, of course] E-mail Liz

Posted : 16:37
I now have the Cracker forms at home and will bring them to the Mendip Muddle on Sunday. Malcolm - I'll do the club postal forms this week.

Bryan Morley & Roger Hart [WAC]

Posted : 17:18

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Hello WAC membersRoger and I are looking for volunteers to help marshall the Mendip Muddle this Sunday 15th Oct. If you are willing to help please can let us either of us know if you happen to see us. Alternatively you can email Running.Info@Tesco.Net or telephone 07867 821915. You will be required from approx 10am until about 3pm depending on when the last runner finishes!Rach, I got your message about Becky. Many thanks to you both.Many thanksBryan and Roger

Monday 09 October 2006

si walsh E-mail si walsh

Posted : 21:15
hi lesley. here's my e-mail address. don't tell dave!and i hope the both of you have really good runs on sunday.just a thought. are you going to do the second lap with dave, just to keep him company?

Sunday 08 October 2006

A woman's place is in the home !

Posted : 15:16
Gerry, Thanks for changing the route - Traffic on the seafront was moving a lot quicker today !

Gerry H

Posted : 20:56

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Oh ha ha very funny i don't think!

Saturday 07 October 2006

I'm a runner - Honestly !!!!

Posted : 08:39
Rich, Thanks for the offer. Would you and Steve consider distributing the mince pies afterwards ?

more cheese grommet

Posted : 08:51
no problem, its going to take us ages to put all the clotted cream on the pies.

Matt

Posted : 11:35

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Does anyone know what the start time for the Sunday Run is tommorrow?Cheers

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 11:39

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HI Matt8.15am from the Walnut Tree Pub (End of Winterstoke Road before turn to Hutton)PS Anyone else interested, we are having our first run up to Crooks Peak not the usual route along the seafront.

Friday 06 October 2006

The hardest thing is getting to the start !

Posted : 14:12
Phil Bird having a leaving drink - If it's anything like the last prom run she'll have packed in after 10 minutes !

Rob Morgan

Posted : 14:19

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Paul - sorry mate but I think you missed the fact that she's off to New Zealand. She's got to many points on her licence to be let into Oz.

Claudine [WAC]

Posted : 14:19
Calling All Club MembersIf you are attending any races over the next few weeks or so, will you please take along a stash of entry forms for the Cracker - 17/12/06.Forms available from Malcolm Gammon or Liz Green.Many thanks!

Phil (bird)

Posted : 16:43
What are you lot all on about?? Would never leave a drink after 10 mins....unless nobody else turns up of course....

rich g

Posted : 23:15
message for malcolm or liz, would it be possible to drop a 100 or so cracker forms into bray and griffiths as i have a friend who works for rolls royce and i usualy get them for him,he will pick them up from there,i should be available on the day should you need me, thank you in advance rich.ps good luck to phil in nz dont mention the rugby!

Thursday 05 October 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:13

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Sounds good to me...will the pocket rocket be there or is her departure just an excuse to have a few drinls and a curry!!

PB

Posted : 10:06
I might rock up at some point I guess.....I am coming back though so it's probably just an excuse. And by the way - 'old bird'?? How rude!

cripple walsh [Plodders AC]

Posted : 10:09
Liz & Lesley. I shouln't worry too much about monday nights being fast as I expect to be back next monday. That should slow malcolm and kirsty down.Plodders night will always be for the lazy and the lame. And i'm both!Who knows, I might join you all for a wheeze and a gasp at the back of the slow group tonight.

Lesley [Monday Nighters]

Posted : 14:44
Si-my old mate, so good to hear you're on the mend! We're not out tonight, off doing kids stuff, but will be there Monday. Opp obviously went well?

slow si

Posted : 17:41
yep. opp went really well. first night back after sloathing on the sofa for six weeks. looking forward to it.

KIRA

Posted : 21:55
Ginnie Hcan you get in touch have tried to send you some stuff RE: WRN and e-mail has come back undeliverableSee message on homepage for my contact details.cheers

paul hogan [croc dundee]

Posted : 22:55
struth pb better to be an old bird than an old git, anyway whats this coming back, once you have taken over where steve irwin left off theres no coming back, dont worry croc's are just like horses, you know 'four legs a tail and they bite, see you at australia zoo, best regards hogues.

Wednesday 04 October 2006

steve.j

Posted : 08:57
i know who that is just and i would just like to repeat the fact we beat you 2-0 and you were @h@t.

Victor

Posted : 20:43

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Friday 20/10/06,Phil Birds leaving do.A chance to bode a fond adieu,farewell,goodbye to the old bird before her departure to a land down under. A land of sheep,rugby and crowded house. So what better way to say goodbye than lager and curry. 8.00pm in Unwined followed by vindaloo.

Tuesday 03 October 2006

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 07:24
Not me either.

Trotts

Posted : 13:39
Message for Rich GYou should try immodium for that. I hear it works a treat!

Monday 02 October 2006

Liz W

Posted : 11:52
Just wondered who was going along for tonights run and what sort of speed it is going to be?? Fancy a run but not a mega fast one!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 13:38

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Hi Liz.....I think numbers can vary on Monday nights but a real cross section so NOT mega fast at all.

Lesley

Posted : 13:42
I wish I'd got your message earlier Liz. I was wanting to go out tonight, but was a bit nervous that Monday is getting too fast. Last week there were 3 people and it was app. v fast. I've just been out and done 7 on my own this morn, so I can't do tonight now-sorry! let me know if you are up for next Monday and I'll be there and then it definatly won't be too fast!

Lesley

Posted : 18:03
PS. If Malcolm is out he will really look after you so don't be put off.

One of the Happy Mondays [Toonarmy]

Posted : 18:06
The old gang have slowly disappeared...some into a haze of Tikka Masala and Lager!.......This is a call for Jenko....get out there mate, don't get your highs from a second rate football team!

rich g

Posted : 21:31
steve for once thats not me,allthough im inclined to agree,as for me still a monday nighter but 7 miles with the trotts these days, good job i tie my shorts with string,see you all at some point for a beer/run rich,

Sunday 01 October 2006

jamie oliver

Posted : 10:12
or a course on, how to use a cooker!!!!

jamie oliver

Posted : 10:12
or a course on, how to use a cooker!!!!

jamie oliver

Posted : 10:12
thats two courses

Mendip Muddle [WAC]

Posted : 13:58
Good to see a few members of the Womens Running Network ( or should that be Short legged, Shuffling, Network ) up on the Mendips today - Who said they're only good for making cakes !

kira

Posted : 16:16
Congratulations to my sister who did a 3:40 marathon today in tough cond's and a hilly course - getting nervously close to what i would be capable of!!

Saturday 30 September 2006

PB2

Posted : 09:47
Modest to!!

A Ferret Stir

Posted : 11:57
Modest 'too' - Miss Bird - have you been running on a monday night?RATTLE AN JEER and BRAG MORON - one runs like a dead horse and the other is a shandy lightweight who sells houses.You see, this club has become too nice. Making cakes, supporting each other, needlework etc... WAC you've lost your edge.

Ginnie

Posted : 13:58
Thanks for all your suggestions for doing the cracker.... mmmm shouting the tee shirts sizes is beginning to look more appealiing by the minute!!!

Phil (bird)

Posted : 14:12
My initials have been taken in vain - responsible for the 'retard' comment only (I thought it was funny). How could you possibly think I'd make a schoolboy error like 'to'?!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 14:23

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Ok, give up I am completely mystifyed as to who is who !!But very amusing to read!!Good luck to you Coast to Coasters this weekend.

KIRA

Posted : 19:59
Good luck to my sister who is running in the Lockness marathon tomorrow and the answer to will i get bored is NO!!! I doubt many runners wonder if they will get bored whilst doing a marathon!

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 20:01
Women who want to run but have not got the guts............ Keep your eyes on this site for more info on our new 'women only' group that will be running as part of the Women's Running Network Intiative

Fast Terrier

Posted : 23:06
Good work Kira - perhaps you could run a reverse parking workshop.

Friday 29 September 2006

Richard Whitely

Posted : 10:11
Firestarter = Fast Terrier !

FARTS RETIRE

Posted : 13:55
Thank you Richard.For those of you don't remember him, Firestarter was a handsome, sociable and very talented athlete who left the club under a cloud after failing in his bid to win Clubman of the Year 2005.

firestopper

Posted : 17:18
Was? Does that mean he's now an anti-social minger with no talent??!

Deadhorse

Posted : 17:22
Was the cloud methane?.

carol v

Posted : 21:22
fire starter, feet first.

Thursday 28 September 2006

Support Services [WAC LADIES!]

Posted : 10:16
Ginnie, just thinking of some good tips for you:1) Supervise the set up from your car with the heater on full blast2) Offer to make bacon sarnies for everyone doing the set up so that you keep warm over the cooker3) Use your good man to give your legs a good rub down before you start4) Wear a full santa outfit to keep you warm- you may even win a fancy dress prize!I'll be with you all the way! We need to show Firestarter that the Weston ladies do work!It's a good job he's gone to Clevedon, he deserves a slap!- Who is he anyway?

firestopper

Posted : 11:43
did you know that you can make the words strife and tart from the word firestarter

PB

Posted : 14:11
Shame it's not firedstarter then you could have retard too....(clearly I also have too much time on my hands today!)

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 17:15

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Grrrrr! Another training session...another injury! This time it's my knee (the old ITB is back again). This means I have a Burnham Half Marathon entry going. Anyone from the club interested? Give me a buzz on 07867 821915.

PB2

Posted : 18:05
retires can be found as well

robert david squibb [none] E-mail robert david squibb

Posted : 18:24
hi i just starting back in to running again i live in wellington in somerset. have you have to live in weston to join the club? or can you run in races with the club name as i like to join i have not got transport to train at club as well i work in the eveings but i do enter races near me from robert

Phil (bird)

Posted : 21:14
Best of luck to Whites and Ballards for the coast to coast this w/e - hope the sun shines and you don't want to cry as much as I did on the kayak leg...have fun!

ghost of christmas pastcracker

Posted : 23:03
list of things not to forget ginnie on cracker day,. hair dryer. lipstick. mascara. mirror. knitting. womens own magazine. foot spa. teddy bear. munchies. complete change of clothes. first aid kit. cheasy wotsits. anything else you may think of.

ooo er um

Posted : 23:15
AND LAST BUT NO LEAST CHOCOLATE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday 27 September 2006

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 12:34
I would like to run the Xmas Cracker this year, however, as I have been informed, to do this I have to crawl from my lovely warm bed at 5am on the day to help set up the course in the pouring rain and gale force winds!!Can anyone tell me how I can achieve this and still not come last in the race??!!

R M

Posted : 17:28
Such a negative outlook. December often sunny clear skys and still calm mornings....mind you rarely seen 5am so wouldn't really know. suggest 1) No drink night before 2) early night 3) set alarm 4) dont run it.

Firestarter

Posted : 21:43
You see I never get any credit - that's why I was forced out of the club. I was made to sit in the back of a pick-up truck at 5am (with frozen wee bits). Admittedly there were one or two no shows. Ginny - its not worth it. Just take a cushy job like all the other WAC ladies.

Tuesday 26 September 2006

Cye Hayes [WAC] E-mail Cye Hayes

Posted : 14:55
Full results available here.http://www.can-tri-yeovil.com/news/results_files/Langport%20Triathlon%202006%20Spreadsheet%20Revised%20can%20tri%20yeovil.xls

Monday 25 September 2006

Tracy Lewis E-mail Tracy Lewis

Posted : 14:31
13th Langport triathlon Results;Great Day for all (results as follows);i. Mark Ashurst: 1.11.14ii. Tracy Lewis: 1.14.45iii. Pete Telford: 1.32.50

Rich

Posted : 17:53
wow - 1st, 2nd and 3rd - that's amazing. well done guys.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 18:38
Kit, You're sad - but quite funny !

elephants never forget

Posted : 22:23
firestarter,when did you ever get up early to help with the set up,seem to remember the conversation went like, ### did not show then, no idea where he is oh well.

Sunday 24 September 2006

slipalong trevascus [cambourn ac] E-mail slipalong trevascus

Posted : 11:57
tell me brian how do you manage to get the night off from the missus,no matter how many brownie points i earn they do not convert into a boozy night out, whats the secret?

Ouch

Posted : 19:53
Joined 18 months ago but only counts once you pay the membership fees....hence the time lag Firestarter.

Firestarter

Posted : 20:57
Like I say Victor - get over it! i can now run the Cracker without doing the waking up in the middle of the night thing and freezing my knackers off malarkey.

Victor

Posted : 21:36

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Once again taking the flak for comments that i have had nothing to do with, although i might agree with them.Just because i run on a monday night there is no need to pick on me.Thanks to all who braved friday night,wish i could find out who gave my number to that german.

Victor

Posted : 21:54

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I got soul but I'm not a soldier.

Saturday 23 September 2006

Firestarter

Posted : 09:30
You're a bit slow off the mark aren't you. I joined Clevedon AC about 18 months ago. Get over it.

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 11:35

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Just saying 'Hi' to the WAC massive who braved the pubs of Weston last night. I had a great time. Thanks to the Whites for their hospitality into the early hours. My head hurts for some bizarre reason!

Firestarter

Posted : 20:39
sorry, i was feeling grumpy this morning.

Friday 22 September 2006

Rob Morgan E-mail Rob Morgan

Posted : 07:57

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Recoieved today - if anyone wants an entry form let me know.Hi Weston AC Runners,By popular request Horton VHC are having a 5 mile multi terrain Winter Bull Run through the challenging Cotswold escarpment. The event is to take place on Sunday 22nd October at 11.00am with bookings starting at 9.00am in the Village Hall. Interested? Come on what ever the weather you’ll enjoy the challenge!I’ve attached some entry forms for anyone interested and there’s 1.00 discount for pre bookings.Linda Morgan.

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 09:02
Just to say it was great to be running in a race again last night with so many WAC vests around me (and passing me!!). A race of 2 halves blasting the first half and blowing up the second half - Pace judgement needs a bit of working on as well as putting some miles in the bank! Till next time................

Wednesday 20 September 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 14:31

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Victor - Even though I'm a bit of a lightweight.....count me in. Looking forward to it.

Always a WAC member

Posted : 16:52
Rumour has it Firestarter has joined Clevedon AC. Have your eggs at the ready tomorrow night!!!!

Blue watch

Posted : 17:06
Sadly for the old goofy fire starter when you’re that unpopular you really have to go to any club that will have you. We should feel sorry for him.

Tuesday 19 September 2006

Deadhorse. [u/a] E-mail Deadhorse.

Posted : 10:59
It may be flat to you, but when you get to my age!.

Matt

Posted : 11:40

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Cheers Gerry, I think I have it right now. So its:Brent Road/Ham Road to Brent Knoll. Then Burton Row to West Road into Lympsham. Then Rectory Way/Brean Way to Red Road (past amimal farm) and back??

Wordsworth [Collins Gem]

Posted : 17:52
For the attention of Ginnie:Carbuncle: noun, inflamed ulcer, boil or tumour; fiery red precious stone.Boil: noun, inflamed suppurating swelling on skin.

Victor (social man)

Posted : 22:06

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Friday night out, 8 'oclock in the Cabot. Hardened drinkers and revellers only please.

Monday 18 September 2006

Matt

Posted : 11:11

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Does anyone have a map or know the route that the Burnham-on-Sea half will take???

Matt

Posted : 11:30

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Does anyone have a map or know the route that the Burnham-on-Sea half will take???

Matt

Posted : 11:31

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Whoops, Sorry. note to self - don't click refresh after posting a message.

Shaun Callaghan [WAC]

Posted : 19:30
Re: Weston Prom Run entriesDave Jones will be at Hutton Moor tomorrow night (Tue). Please could WAC prom runners try to hand in their forms then, so that we don't clog up the system on Thursday night.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:36

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Matt,Burnham Half starts at the BASC sports ground with a lap around the field before heading out towards the main road, through Brent Knoll, Lympsham back along Red Road, basically flat!

Sunday 17 September 2006

G4

Posted : 00:08
Good luck to all our Guys & Girls in the Bristol Half.

Random WAC Fan!!!

Posted : 16:20
Well done Bryan! Maybe not a PB, but There aren't many out there who can run 13 miles in less than two hours!!! Leg massage all round then!!!

Saturday 16 September 2006

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 13:00
Hi GerryHighly likely i will not be running thurs night have a niggly hip so that will be you & T happy and Dave so i can once again help Jan with results! Will defintely let you know by wed evening.

Friday 15 September 2006

Tim Pollard [WAC] E-mail Tim Pollard

Posted : 12:41
The Ab and Back coditioning class begins at 7.30pm at Wyvern Sports Centre, if you arrive earlier,you will find me taking a Fun Run group which starts at 6.30pm all abilities welcome, our youngest participant is 7 and our oldest ,20 something.Not designed for those with speed.

Gerry and Teresa [WAC]

Posted : 13:33
Hi, we've been away all summer and have also moved house! back to running now and will both be at the prom on Thurs. If anyone is injured/spectating then could you guard a pram for approx 33 mins? One of us will always drop out if any problems as we pass up and down (especially if not doing very well!). Otherwise T & I will flip a coin to decide who gets to run. Thanks, Gerry

Claudine

Posted : 13:42
Teresa what are you like?! You actually have a legitimate reason to avoid doing the prom runs and you still insist on running them. (Come to think of it you had an even better excuse not to run them last year, but that didn't stop you competing ... even at 8/9 months pregnant).Suggestion: Leave pram in bar then give baby away as spot prize (pram optional)... this then leaves you both free to get back into running / adventure racing etc.

Smirnoff

Posted : 16:59
....and if the baby's bottle is filled with Vodka then I'm sure Claudine would volunteer to look after the baby instead!

Thursday 14 September 2006

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 10:51

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PUBLIC NOTICE:1) I hereby declare that there will be no carrot cake tonight therefore no enhanced eyesight will result. In light of this don't forget your torches for tonight's run.2) There will however be scrummy cakes made by my own fare hand so eat at your own peril.3) Kevin Hudson will be limited to a maximum of 10 cakes only.4) The only core stability problems I have are when I've had 5 pints of lager and I fall over (see Kira's note below).END OF PUBLIC NOTICE

kira

Posted : 13:41
GinnieThought anymore about coming to the Women's running network course on the 23rd?

Rob Morgan

Posted : 15:41

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Sorry to say I won’t be able to enjoy delicious cakes tonight or indeed an exciting twilight run. Friend (yes I have one) (not imaginary) home from Perth so having a bit of a boys night out. Hope you all have fun and enjoy Cakes.

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 16:40

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Might see you out in Vamps later on then Rob?

Wednesday 13 September 2006

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster] E-mail Shaun Callaghan

Posted : 11:28
We have a new web page called Runners & Riders. This shows who is doing what when and with whom in the forthcoming months. WAC members are invited to flag the events they are planning to compete in. Click on [ Modify ] next to the relevant event.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 12:59
Roo,Do you mean a fleece, I lost mine, it had my name on the label (not to confuse it with Gerrie's!!)See you Thursday.

PQ

Posted : 13:01
Webmaster,Isn't that a bit risky - a page with who's doing what to whom and when, could really get out of hand... so to speak!!

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 13:09
Shaun,On the new R&R page, would it be possible to add the distance to every race, save us lazy lot looking it up!!thanks.

Roo [WAC]

Posted : 14:46
No it's def. a sweatshirt Ginnie.Hey, I fancy there's a lot of clothing going astray around here! Maybe we do need to keep an eye on who's where doing what with whom!

I want jam on it

Posted : 14:50
Could Shaun run the race for me aswell?

kIRA [WAC]

Posted : 20:13
For all those who know that their core stability is not up to scratch why not come along to an abs and back session held at Wyvern Sports Centre every Wed 7pm with Tim Pollard. Is only for half an hour as the core stability stuff is pretty intense so you can still fit in the wed swim ironmen or a run after. 2 a session you know it makes sense to prevent those injuries that in the end are all down to the strength of your core!! Will be there next week will you?

Tuesday 12 September 2006

Steve.J

Posted : 08:50
I didnt think you worked the night shift a kfc anymore??I did hear there profits were down and customers were complaining their meals were short nothing to with you lard ass?

Ruth W [WAC] E-mail Ruth W

Posted : 09:59
I have acquired a black WAC sweatshirt from somewhere. I keep waving it (the sweatshirt) about at the club but nobody has claimed it. Let me know if it's yours.

Monday 11 September 2006

KIRA

Posted : 15:40
Richwell done for splash and dash event on sunday - could have done with a few more helpers on the run......... any WAC members to help next yr?

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 18:57
Thanks Kira and thank you for your time. It went very well and everyone appeared to have fun. Look out foradult version at Churchill in the spring.

rich g [dunkin doughnuts]

Posted : 19:39
well jenko, will not have your dad plyinging me with beer and wiskey this time, but the small event im doing saturday may slow me up a bit, but not much see you fatboy.

Sunday 10 September 2006

Drinks & Debauchery

Posted : 20:20
Now i have got your attention, a date for your calendar 22/9/06 Friday after prom. A lads night out is planned , but we feel it is only right to invite the fairer sexed members of the club.Meet in Cabot bars for aperitifs and then a quick tour of local hostelries ending up with some dancing and a kebab. Be there and keep Bryan and me company.

steve j [im getting old you know]

Posted : 21:43
seeing as im not doing much these days, count me in but i will have to be home by ten thats the time my wife has my pipe and slippers ready for me and dont forget a nice cup of cocoa,i realy miss going out for a few halfs of shandy with the boys.

steve.j a reply

Posted : 23:36
very good trickster but at least im allowed out hey!!!!!have you worked out the combination code for your shackles yet. waiting for the no show call for next sunday!!!!!!!!if you do turn up reckon you might have a chance of beating me but you must beat by a clear 10min as i did to you in the frist leg in stratford upon avon, do that and the currys on me no probs.see u around like a doughnutthats u that is

Thursday 07 September 2006

John & Olivia

Posted : 14:03
'You the one that i want oo oo oo!!!

Wednesday 06 September 2006

Guess Who

Posted : 17:36
Phil (Bird), I'm dying to know, who's body have you got??!!!

Phil (bird)

Posted : 22:20
Dunno but could tell you whose I want!!

Tuesday 05 September 2006

Phil (bird) E-mail Phil (bird)

Posted : 21:21
Paul O'Mara - I have a trophy to pass on to you, Paul Snelling, I have your wheels, Mark Ashurst your saddle! If you let me know where/when is convenient, (I'm not a stalker), I'll drop them off.

Monday 04 September 2006

A.n.other

Posted : 10:28
Somewhere else

Liz [Weston, of course] E-mail Liz

Posted : 16:04
Hi guys, someone here has a number for Bristol half and will pass it on to anyone fit/daft enough to want to run.Email Simon.hinks@bristol.ac.ukif you are interested.

Sunday 03 September 2006

Rich Coleman [WAC] E-mail Rich Coleman

Posted : 08:30
Entries still available for the Children's Splash & Dash at Churchill Sports Centre on Sunday 10th Sept. email me for details.

brian b

Posted : 22:41
can i just say how disapointed i am at the low turn out of weston members at todays burnham beachs 10k,where were you all ???????

Tuesday 29 August 2006

Pete T [WAC] E-mail Pete T

Posted : 09:22
Hi Kira - the gang will be back in the pool for the Monday night swims starting Monday 4th September at 2000 hours (8 pm in old money) - preparing for Langport Tri. Also will be there tomorrow Wednesday 30th at 2030 hours. See you there - bring some beer money!

Pete T [WAC]

Posted : 09:25
Hello All - just wanted to say a big thanks from myself, Phil & Tracy to all those who helped and supported the Ironman effort this year. It made a diference!Thanks again

Monday 28 August 2006

steve.j [up the villa]

Posted : 22:20
quality video gerry dont know anyone around here that can do that do you??

Friday 25 August 2006

KIRA

Posted : 08:55
Calling all Sherborne & Austria IM finishers When we get back to our regular Monday night swim (are you still going open water swimming Monday's?) fancy a celebration drink at the pub next door to Hutton Moor LC? Pete........ a few pints!

Wednesday 23 August 2006

KIRA [WAC] E-mail KIRA

Posted : 11:24
Is there anybody from the club who would be willing to run with some Women 'Beginners' say once or twice a mth on club nights and commit to a one day course on the 23rd Sept?I know there are several women who would come to the club if they could run in a group esp. during the winter mths. Would be great to encourage them to get off their sofas.

Tuesday 22 August 2006

kira [WAC]

Posted : 18:08
I take it no one is up for the Clevedon Relays on the 10th - It would be a good laugh (apart from the run that is!). Only Phil (Bird) is up for it!Gerry, Kathleen, Ruth, Jane, Teresa (can take turns babysitting!!) Boys?? Tracy, Jim, Neale, Rob? Ian, Tim? Steve, Dick & Harry ............ anybody!!!Oh well i have tried!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:06

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Anyone know wher i can get an enrty form for Burnham 1/2 in October. Have saent e-mail to race organiser as per details from our calender but had no reply.Nice try Kira, you and Phil could alternate the legs and you would still be better off than having me in your team!! I'd defo rather do the baby sitting!

Shaun Callaghan [WAC]

Posted : 19:31
Re: Burnham-on-Sea Half MarathonI think it may have been taken over by Burnham-on-Sea Harriers. Try Brian Beale, 17 Hippisley Drive, Axbridge, Somerset, BS26 2DE. Tel 01934 732310

Firestarter [Always a WAC]

Posted : 20:26
Cheers WAC'ers. Problem is Phil the Bird has stolen my sunshine (deservedly. She could hardly swim this time last year, IM her first ever triathlon, and the pocket rocket makes the experienced Ironmen look like they make a fuss over nothing. Respect to Big Pete Telford - striding out on the marathon course - looking forward to those sausage rolls and beers.

Monday 21 August 2006

Rich Coleman

Posted : 08:38
Pete Telford - 14:48 - Way to go big guy !

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 09:20
A BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO Pete, Tracy, Kit and Phil for their fantastic achievment with the UK Ironman.... U did us all proud, Awesome!

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 14:34
Well done everybody at Sherborne - Pete another one in the bag great stuff let's have a pint to celebrate soon!.

KIRA

Posted : 14:43
God Kit you were not far behind Martin Yelling (M PRO) beating him on the run easily - fantastic race. You now deserve a break if you know what that means!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 16:09

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Well done guys and girl...fantastic, yet again take my hat off to you all. Perhaps I will join you next year.

Marian

Posted : 21:07
Well done 'The Fab Four'!! I am in awe.

Sunday 20 August 2006

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 07:37
F.T.A.O. That Mad Bunch (namely Phil, Pete, Tracy and Kit) who are doing the UK Ironman! Will be thinking of you all and here's hoping the weather conditions are ideal. You've all been relentless with your training so here's to you having a great time!!!!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 10:43
UK Ironman Update, latest news:-They have all completed the SWIM, time & Posn as folows:-Phil. (1:15), Posn 788.Kit (58:26) 136 Tracy (1:11:18) 617 Pete (1:13:01) 696 Well Done to them all, they're doing us proud!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 10:50
UK Ironman Update on Bike Stage:-Wee Phil:-FIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (2:08:33) 7.93 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (4:30:47) 6.87 mph Kit:-FIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (1:46:48) 9.55 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (3:40:16) 8.44 mph TracyFIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (2:07:15) 8.02 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (4:21:42) 7.11 mph PeteFIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (2:15:21) 7.54 mph The team have been going now for nearly 5 hours! Lets hope its not too windy for them on those bikes! They're all doing a fab!

Kathleen

Posted : 12:49
UK Ironman 3rd Stage Bike times:-KitTHIRD BIKE SEGMENT: 80 mi 32 mi (3:31:21) 9.08 mph Rest of team results to follow!

Kathleen

Posted : 14:55
Ironman UK, latest update:-Kit, is going really well and after completing all 4 stages of bike, has now covered his first 5 miles of marathon. results so far for Kit:-TOTAL SWIM 2.4 mi. (58:26) 1:32/100m Position 135. FIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (48:22) 21.09 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (1:40:17) 18.55 mph THIRD BIKE SEGMENT: 80 mi 32 mi (1:51:04) 17.29 mph FINAL BIKE SEGMENT: 112 mi 32 mi (1:10:02) 27.42 mph TOTAL BIKE 112 mi (5:29:45) 20.38 mph Position 466. FIRST RUN SEGMENT: 5 mi 5 mi(35:29) 8.45 mph

Kathleen

Posted : 15:00
UK Ironman Update for wee Phil:-Well she has went from Position 789 for Swim, has completed all 4 stages in bike for Position 330, what a gal! Results for Phil are:-TOTAL SWIM 2.4 mi. (1:15:35) 1:59/100m Position 789. FIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (52:58) 19.26 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (1:55:41) 16.08 mph THIRD BIKE SEGMENT: 80 mi 32 mi (2:11:17) 14.62 mph FINAL BIKE SEGMENT: 112 mi 32 mi (--:--) -- mph TOTAL BIKE 112 mi (4:59:56) 22.40 mph Position 330.Go Phil go!

Kathleen

Posted : 15:05
UK Ironman Update for Tracy:-Tracy, has been really consistent also, and going very well! Results for Tracy are:-SWIM 1:11:18 BIKE 4:49:24 POSN 220.RACE LEG DISTANCE PACE POSITION TOTAL SWIM 2.4 mi. (1:11:18) 1:52/100m Position 618. FIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (55:57) 18.23 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (1:51:10) 16.73 mph THIRD BIKE SEGMENT: 80 mi 32 mi (2:02:17) 15.70 mph FINAL BIKE SEGMENT: 112 mi 32 mi (--:--) -- mph TOTAL BIKE 112 mi (4:49:24) 23.22 mph Position 198.Go Tracy Go!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 15:13
Ironman UK Update!From last results given for Tracy & Phil, that was up to and incl 3rd stage in bike, Pete, Tracy and wee Phil are doing the final stage of bike now. Below are Pete's results to date (we're cheering you on Pete)!:-TOTAL SWIM 2.4 mi. (1:13:01) 1:55/100m Position 696. FIRST BIKE SEGMENT: 17 mi 17 mi (1:02:20) 16.36 mph SECOND BIKE SEGMENT: 48 mi 31 mi (2:11:14) 14.17 mph THIRD BIKE SEGMENT: 80 mi 32 mi (2:20:07) 13.70 mph FINAL BIKE SEGMENT: 112 mi 32 mi (--:--) -- mph TOTAL BIKE 112 mi (5:33:41) 20.14 mph 788.

Kathleen

Posted : 18:06
UK Ironman: The team have been out now for 12 hours!!! Unfortunately the tracker has not updated on their place/times since the last update given. Watch this space....

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 19:28
UK Ironman, their website not updated yet, will keep tracking for progress!

Rich Coleman [Weston AC]

Posted : 20:04
Pete out on the run when I left, looking good and smiling though !Kit clocked 9:45 with an awesome run.I missed Tracy coming in but believe he did 11:32 ( PB ! ). Phil Bird did 11:45 - She looked superb on the run and was passing loads of runners. First Triathlon, First Ironman and she goes under 12 hours - Fantastic !

Saturday 19 August 2006

Debbie Brooks [WAC] E-mail Debbie Brooks

Posted : 00:57
Good luck Pete (and all other Iron Man entrants) on Sunday, I shall be thinking of you. Hope the weather will be kind to you!

Ralph [WAC]

Posted : 20:49
Thursday nights club run was an interesting outing, followed by a really nice BBQ.Thanks to Roger & Val who worked hard on the food front.

Friday 18 August 2006

KIRA

Posted : 12:33
Good luck to Phil, Pete, Kit and Tracy for UKIM.Do your best i will be thinking of you all. Hope it does not rain!!!I will admire you all just for finishing!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:32

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Firstly, big thankyou to Roger & Val for an excellent run & BBQ last night much appreciated.Secondly, ditto comments below, will be thinking of you all on Sunday and look foward to seeing the results. Once again , still think you are all bonkers!!

Rob

Posted : 21:04
Gerry, you beat me to it, Also wanted to say a big thanks for last night. Great run...loved the hill!! followed by lovely evening which evn the rain couldn't spoil. Excellent food, good company thanks to Val and Roger for being such great hosts

Thursday 17 August 2006

Malcolm [Weston AC]

Posted : 17:29

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Only 116 days to go to this years big club event!!. Please make sure the 17th December is now well and truly recorded in your diary. A great excuse to avoid shopping, family parties, visiting relatives and all that other boring stuff Xmas brings and instead enjoy yourselves with your fellow club members by helping and supporting the 2006 Wyvern Christmas Cracker!! Your club needs you on that day to help marshal the biggest race in our calendar. We expect to get 1600 runners so we need your help. We have a wide range of jobs that need doing so if you are an early starter (05.30 a.m.!!) and can withstand sub zero temperatures in the back of a pick up truck or great at shoving 1600 runners through a small college rear door then you are just what we need. Don't miss this great opportunity to support your club.!! Get your preferred place sorted now by phoning me on 07979 562874.

Wednesday 16 August 2006

Geraldine

Posted : 17:50
Nick , Rogers house is easy to find. It is just past Rich Colmans not far from Jim Wootons on a long windy road.Hope that helps.

Gerry H

Posted : 20:52

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Sorry, forgot to say it's the white house !

The Real Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 21:53

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Hi Nick, its Bleadon Road just past the catherines Inn, follow road along until you come to white cottage with lots of dodgy looking people wearing shorts and t-shirts, or possibly rain macks if weather forecast is anything to go by!

nick [weston ac] E-mail nick

Posted : 22:22
oh my flipping head,i'm still lost!i'll have to get my satnav out,dam....

Tuesday 15 August 2006

Nick Witts [weston ac] E-mail Nick Witts

Posted : 20:33
HELP,I'M LOST!Can anyone tell me how to get to Roger's for thursday nights run? ta....

Tuesday 08 August 2006

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 16:36
anybody interested in entering a team for the Clevedon AC relays on Sunday 10th sept? need 5 men and 4 women (each running 5K)Don't mind oprgansing it.

Debbie Brooks [Weston A C] E-mail Debbie Brooks

Posted : 19:38
Can anyone help please? I need to contact Phil Williams urgently, does anyone have a mobile number or Email address on which I can make contact with him. Thanks.

Friday 04 August 2006

Rich Coleman [Weston AC]

Posted : 12:23
Splash & Dash being staged at Churchill Sports Centre on Sunday Sept. 10th - Ages 8 - 14. Training sessions being held on Saturday mornings at Churchill - Contact Sports Centre on 01934 852303

Thursday 03 August 2006

Starvin Marvin

Posted : 16:41
I've been starving myself all day in readiness for tonights cakes! I hope they're good Kev. If you're late we know you're getting them at knock down prices from Tesco!

Monday 31 July 2006

Charlotte baker E-mail Charlotte baker

Posted : 00:41
Trying to get hold of Geoffrey Russ, would be nice to hear from you.

City Centre Sauna

Posted : 10:56
If there are any athletes from Weston AC who want some testosterone cream rubbed into their legs by a disgruntled masseuese then give us a call!

Claudine

Posted : 13:28
Steve & Claire ... a big thank you for Saturday night!! Another great Hash and BBQ (shame about the weather ... I blame Steve Jenkins for getting married the week before and making you postpone your social event!!)

Mr & Mrs Jenkins

Posted : 13:44
Just got back from our honeymoon and we would just like to say thanks to you all for the cards & presents which we have only opened this morning due to our immediate departure for cyprus.We had a great day/night and a cracking honeymoon so thanks to you all.

Sunday 30 July 2006

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 09:47

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Many thanks to Steve and Claire for an excellent hash run and bbq last night. Despite typical GB weather we had a great night.

Rich Coleman

Posted : 14:29
Great win by Mark Dunstone in the Steart Island Swim - Subject to a Testosterone test !

Brent Knoll Virgins

Posted : 17:48
Thanks a lot Baxter Family, you made us all so welcome. We've now found somewhere else in Weston that we've never been before and we now know what's on the top of that bl**** great big hill!

Saturday 29 July 2006

somthing beginning with :-

Posted : 11:13
na them be house bricks, kevs building an extension on his flat!

Social supremo

Posted : 17:59
Never thought i would see so many moans over a few stingers and a couple of pricks, What suprised me was the members who have winged( ironmen included),i thought you were made of sterner stuff. If you shave your legs you are bound to feel the nettles more,should have borrowed Kit's stockings.

RU. [WAC]

Posted : 19:20
Good club run Thursday evening.Thanks to the Pit Stop Team who did a great job. So water crossing was OK,stingers where a pain,but the cake was worth it!

Friday 28 July 2006

barry ( the corner master ) [wac]

Posted : 03:49
hi anybody in worle area possibly give me a lift to steve baxters house on saturday not able to drive yet contact me on 518406, cheers bazzer

Marathon news hound [WAC]

Posted : 07:19
Rob do you think they got your best side?

Steve Baxter

Posted : 07:23
After last night I now know what a walk on the wild side is all about, are anybody elses legs still on fire. I think the club should seriously think about getting the social secretary a strimmer. Great cakes Phil.

Rich Coleman

Posted : 10:19
Finally managed to get to sleep - Legs tingling all night long ! Such Fun !

Claudine

Posted : 13:16
I definitely vote that the Social Secretary's is issued with a strimmer!! Legs still sore. Steve, can you make sure your Hash run avoids ALL brambles and nettles please??!!PS: I agree, great cakes Phil (aka Ms. Speedster).

Rob Morgan

Posted : 13:45

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I think you will find It's Dave Baxter in the Magazine.Any way off on my Hol's so sorry I wont make Steve's on Saturday - hope you all have fun. See you soon.

NICK [WESTON AC] E-mail NICK

Posted : 14:02
MY 1st STRAWBERRY LINE LAST NIGHT AND WHAT A GREAT RUN APART FROM THE #X+*# STINGERS,MY LEGS ARE BUZZING!I GOT A STRIMMER THAT I WILL DONATE TO THE CLUB BUT YOU WILL NEED A LONG EXTENSION LEAD.

Man at the front!!!!!!!! [WAC]

Posted : 18:45
As I forged a way through the jungle of stingers and brambles last night little did I realise that it would cost me a nights sleep and seven quid in Boots today. It was even more fun putting the suit on and driving to Bracknell this morning!!. actually felt like a thousand ants crawling around under my skin all night.

Man at the back

Posted : 20:39
Oh yeah...cheers for knocking the path clear for me. Flattening the brambles and such.Jolly decent of you guys. Thanks.

I spy with my little eye.......

Posted : 23:14
Spotted, one pushbike carrying short fat stubby bloke with 16 bulging tesco carrier bags, has Kev abandoned all culinary expertise in favour of ready made goodies???!!!!

Thursday 27 July 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 10:24

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Phew!! well done - does this mean you will slow down now?Also great to see a Weston AC vest in the London Marathon Magazine.

Wednesday 26 July 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 16:30
Empty wallet and severe telling off but I am free to terrorise the roads! Thanks for support :)

Claudine

Posted : 16:55
Good going Speedy!! One very lucky lady(?) by the sounds of things! PS: Reminder from Victor; don't forget the cakes tomorrow.

Tuesday 25 July 2006

Steve Baxter [Weston-AC] E-mail Steve Baxter

Posted : 13:18
Hash, Saturday 29th July, run and BBQ.For new members, the run is on footpaths in East Brent, the trail is laid with flour for you to follow with some false trails (thats for the fast boys to check out) there are 2 or 3 regrouping points so the everyone is kept together. The run is about 6 miles and takes about 75-90 minutes then there is the BBQ,drinks and socialising.Bring some warm clothing as it can get chilly once the suns gone down.This is for members and partners, if you don't want to run then there is a walk or you can enjoy a drink while the others are out. The address is Applegate House, Ash Trees, East Brent, TA9 4DQ, Tel 01278 760346, the run stars at 7:00pm promt.Directions - A370 from W-S-M turn rt at traffic lights in East Brent, past the Butcher, 1st left after 200m thats Ash Trees and we are at the end of the road.

Monday 24 July 2006

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 21:35

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Fingers crossed for Wednesday Phil, if the wrong verdict is reached give Rich a call i'm sure he will be very sympathetic to any whining you may deem necessary!!

Sunday 23 July 2006

Gordon Ramsey

Posted : 09:12
Message For The Flying Vet (speedy gonzales), Don't forget Phil your turn for cakes on thursday. WE have got our fingers crossed hope all goes okay wednesday, if not it is only up the road .

KIRA

Posted : 21:20
Saw this on the Paula Radcliffe website........eat your heart out Vito Graffagnino! What is Nike+? The new innovation from Nike and Apple will enhance your running experience in many ways. Nike+ shoes work in harmony with the Apple iPod nano to give you music, workout information and real-time audio feedback on the run. Performance feedback is instant and gives you your speed, distance, time and number of calories burned. You can even program music to your run to increase your motivation.Designed for people who enjoy running to music and also want to measure progress with training

Rich Coleman [Weston AC Retired Triathletes]

Posted : 21:40
Designed to drown out the incessant noise of whining women more like !

Phil (bird)

Posted : 22:12
Put your handbag down Rich!! Cheers Gordon, no driving will mean all the time in the world for baking....oh joy :(

Saturday 22 July 2006

Rich G [wac]

Posted : 10:52
two standing tickets available for madonna july 30th at millenium stadium,gates open 5.30 show starts at 7.30 discounted to 120.00 the pair,first come first serve basis, contact 07876 504689, leave a message and i will get back to you.

Friday 21 July 2006

Claudine

Posted : 14:03
Hi BarryGreat to hear you're now out of hospital. I think you ought to get additional club points for smashing your wrist in 7 places ... that's some going!!!Wishing you as speedy a recovery as possible!

Thursday 20 July 2006

the corner master (barry hall ) [ weston ac] E-mail the corner master (barry hall )

Posted : 23:32
hello everybody im now out of hospital after 5 weeks, in lots of pain don't laugh too much iv'e broken my wrist in 7 places and ankle is smashed so no more running for me. A big thankyou for all your cards & emails see you all soon bazzer

Wednesday 19 July 2006

Phil Mellor [WAC]

Posted : 09:17
Hi, training not going well at present due to a recurrance of a neck injury. So I was wondering if anyone could recommend a chiropractor in the Weston/Nailsea/Clevedon area? Thanks.

Clarence Park over 60s Bowling Club [Mavis]

Posted : 22:22
So sorry the coach trip for Sidmouth has been cancelled we were looking forward to playing 5,s and 3,s with you all.Please let us know when you do another trip we are so excited we just cant contain ourselves.

Monday 17 July 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:02

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Well done to all the IRONMEN fantastic results. If was as hot there as it was here it must have made it even tougher, sorry to hear you didn’t finish Tracy particularly as you have been going so well in training.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 10:11

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Supurb results from all you mad, mad lunatics i don't know how you do it.Well done to Tracy for completeing the swim, i hope you pulled out through some technical problem on the bike and not through injury!

Firestarter

Posted : 16:47
How hurtful – I do have feelings you know.Good work Rich C, u’ve got that monkey off your back in spectacular fashion. Everyone should now wait for the ‘I’m retiring while I’m at the top’ press release.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 17:01

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Didnt we used to have a club member called firestarter?

Sunday 16 July 2006

Kira

Posted : 19:13
when anyone hears how they all got on in Austria post it here!

kira [WAC]

Posted : 19:47
Hi found results ( i think they are today's results!!)Rich Coleman 9.51Mark Dunstune: 9.55Mark Ashurst: 10:57Tracey Lewis: DNFFantastic race Rich

kira

Posted : 20:06
(Cont'd - Charlotte turned the PC off!!)great first ironman Mark. sorry to hear you did not finish Tracey.

Phil (bird)

Posted : 20:15
Fantastic results guys! Watched you all come in live on the webcam (am so sad)....Rich if you're going to finish in spectacular style, don't do it at the same time as some fit bird from Brazil...the camera wasn't interested in you at all!!! Superb effort all round though...Tracy, what happened? :(

Rich Colman fan club W.S.M Branch

Posted : 22:15
Fantastic result Rich didn't travel all around the world and you did the full distance ( puts firestarter to shame ). Well done one and all, you are inspirational.

Kira

Posted : 23:02
Philwatched the webcam 'final countdown' what a party man!! pity the runners still out there!

Wednesday 12 July 2006

Gordon ramsey Fan

Posted : 12:56
Guys and Girls Ramsey and hugh fearnley are definitely the best. Being food teacher for over 5 years and knowing forwell that jamie is good but tends to chuck it all together or wack it in the oven. we are all guilty of that but gordon is a perfectionist and there is nothing wrong with that. I will say one thing to add to sterotypical image portrayed about food lovers, teachers and chefs. I love food am a size 8 go the gym four times a week and love food and I know that food is key to man's heart hence why I am married to a charming man. Keep eating and training.

chantelle lookalike

Posted : 13:03
Ruth you really don't look like the girl in the car craft advert as she is my cousin. I have just seen you photo. Glad my cousin is so popular with the boys on the team!

Tuesday 11 July 2006

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 09:34
Good Luck to the guys doing the Iron Man, we'll be cheering you on. Have a good one!

Kate Evans

Posted : 20:44
Hi all. I have entered the Bristol 1/2 Marathon this year but am unfortunately unnable to run in it now and as i cant get a refund or transfer my place to next year I was wondering if anyone would like to run in my place? If your interested email me:- kate_evans_00@hotmail.com

Monday 10 July 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 09:01
Ditto Kira...have a fantastic race guys, obviously expectations are high so no pressure! Good luck.

Kit

Posted : 12:47
Ditto from me – Good luck to all the Iron Men and Rich Coleman.Remember – survive the swim, tough it out on the bike, you’ll be wrecked by mile 20 on the run – then the race starts. Eat, eat, eat

Diane [WAC]

Posted : 13:25
Thanks to Victor for organising the camping weekend! Another great weekend away, despite the attempts (by some!) to ruin my good name with rumours of drug taking. Top marks definitely to Pam & Jayne for the cakes.PS: Dave it wouldn't be a shame if your photos didn't make it on to the website!!!

claudine fan club [wkd]

Posted : 21:31
well done claudine yet again for kicking ass you are going from strength to strengthwe salute you

Sunday 09 July 2006

Mrs. Beeton [WAC]

Posted : 17:31
Whilst I appreciate my Brillo Pads may not be up to your standard Mr Ramsey, my baps were admired by all. I would like to say thanks for a fantastic week-end camping, (the rain, wind and M1 traffic could not defeat us Saturday night!!!) and to Jane and Pam for their cakes, very, very tasty, (I will be practising for my next submission) also brilliant runs by all especially 'FIRST WESTON LADY' Claudine, well done.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:31

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That would be those white Baps that Neale and Mark enjoyed throughout the evening!A big thanks to everyone who turned up this weekend and i await in anticipation to see the dreadfull photos to emerge at some stage.Excellent race but bl***y hard.

Saturday 08 July 2006

KIRA & NICK

Posted : 12:49
Good luck to all the Ironmen who are going to Austria - Hope you all have a great race

Thursday 06 July 2006

Rich the man from down south [Retired WAC]

Posted : 14:03
Very sorry Marion i just spent my last 5 on a Mcdonalds but i will ask my boss/wife permission to come to Weston so i can pay you.

the real rich g

Posted : 19:15
stitched again by jenko, hope to be coming up north on sunday if your about marion, i will pay up and i may also be able to secure jinkers money if he has any left after the world cup that is.

Wednesday 05 July 2006

Gordon Ramsay

Posted : 20:16
All potential campers this weekend will be pleased to hear that leading club chef ( Jayne ) has provided some chocolate crunch & some shortbread for me to bring along.

Marian Evans [WAC] E-mail Marian Evans

Posted : 20:43
LONDON MARATHON for R.N.L.I.I still have 3 outstanding sponsors on my sheet. Steve J, Rich G & M Ashurst, all at a fiver each. Please pay up as/or I am out of pocket. I raised 2,032+ and secured it all to go to Weston Lifeboat Station. A massive MASSIVE 'THANK YOU' to all that supported/trained & sponsored me, specialy G4. Couldn't have done it without you.

Tuesday 04 July 2006

si w [wac]

Posted : 09:13
thanks to the monday nighters for letting me drag along at the back. same again next week hopefully.

Monday 03 July 2006

KIRA

Posted : 21:59
Geraldine/NealeWould have loved to come to Sidmouth but realised after saying to you last week that we might come that I have a wedding to go to that evening - Have a great time everybody.

Saturday 01 July 2006

Nigella

Posted : 09:51
how about eco friendly building material for affordable housing.

Friday 30 June 2006

Gordon Ramsey

Posted : 21:36
Can you help me ? I Am trying to compile a list of 101 alternative uses for Ginnies Chocolate brillo pads, got to about 90 and i am now struggling, list includes all the obvious choices. Such as Alloy wheel cleaner, football boot brush, anti tank device, toilet scourer, garden ornament,fake chest wig,contraceptive device,tar remover,appetite suppresor.

Mrs Beeton

Posted : 22:37
How about ramming them up Gordon Ramsey's arse and just maybe stopping all the bullshit coming out!!

Thursday 29 June 2006

Mrs Beeton

Posted : 13:06
How can you say my Brillo Pads were 'orrible, had you been nicer, I might have offered Sandpaper Fondant Surprises as a stand in for Malcolms turn wearing the pinnie!!!

Jamie Oliver

Posted : 16:27
Hey Mrs Beeton, I hear that, due to global warming, Weston’s sea wall and flood defences need to be strengthened. Perhaps if you gave the council a taste they would see your cakes try potential and put them to use in protecting the town.

Nigella Lawson

Posted : 22:00
I dont know about you lot but Jamie can bring his chopper round to my kitchen anytime.

Wednesday 28 June 2006

Jamie Oliver

Posted : 15:27
Gordon Ramsey!!! Doesn't have a F***ing clue what he's F***ing talking about. How in the world can you put F***ing Choc brillo pads above Morgan's beautiful cake - RIDICULOUS

rich g [wac retired]

Posted : 22:31
well it's nice to see the message board is alive and kicking, my advice to you all is to take up golf,much more civilised no more peeing in bush's, well on the way home from the pub is an exception, still think nash is the no 1 cake maker.

Tuesday 27 June 2006

Gordon Ramsay

Posted : 22:05
Best Cakes to date.1. Pam Withers choc + lemon cake.2. Marcella Salter, Geraldine Hope ,carrot cake + shortbread ( both good effort by both).3. Jim White Fairy cakes4. Ginny's Chocolate brillo pads5. Rob Morgan Carrot cake ( tasted bland + dry )Malcolm has declined his chance to show his culinary skills , so i am taking tenders for a replacement chef.

Sky sports fan

Posted : 22:07
Anyone witness Rich Ford drop that catch at the Somerset game. Should have been doing efforts and should have put his pint down first.

Monday 26 June 2006

Nicky Hall

Posted : 22:03
Barry has asked me to keep you all updated and to thankyou for your kind thoughts and wishes.He is still in yeovil Hospital with no sign of him coming out yet, he has had 3 ops to date and more to come.He is still keeping his chin up (and leg) and is reading motor bike magazines on the best way to take corners.Take care all and keep up the good running.Nicky

Friday 23 June 2006

R M

Posted : 08:15
Better get to spec savers!

Thursday 22 June 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:10

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Two things....FIRST - well done Roger for the Batch...excellent turn out and, as always, a well organised race. I think England may struggle to get as many supporters as you had runners for the next match if they don’t improve. SECOND - Poor Barry - glad to hear you escaped a really bad accident as motorbike ones go but have to say it sounds bad enough to me. Small conciliation I know but we now have something in common. I too clipped a curb whilst on my bike, sadly I was carrying a Kebab in one hand and in a brave attempt to save it fell off and broke my arm and little finger. Luckily I didn’t need a long stay in hospital but did get a serious ear bashing from the Mrs. Hope you have a speedy recovery and I trust the accident wasn’t due to you going off to fast as usual!!

GERRY H [WAC]

Posted : 09:28

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Lets hope for a speedy recovery Barry, i will miss seeing those ridiculous union jack shorts!!Get weill soon.

Georgie the Greek Kebab Shop Owner

Posted : 10:03
What Rob forgot to say he was five at the time and his stabilzers fell off.I rememeber him well, glad to see nothing changes he still likes his kebabs!!!!!!!

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 11:29
For all you ironmen/women just to get your taste buds going for Austria and Sherbourne. Log onto: http://www.activeexmoor.com/ironman.aspto see some fantastic pictures of the 70.3 Half IM on Exmoor. And yes Chris McCormack is lush Phil (Bird) and i were there to see him in the flesh!

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 15:53
People keep mistaking me for Chris McCormack, can't think why !Best wishes to Barry, hope the op goes well and we see you up and about very soon.

Wednesday 21 June 2006

Roger

Posted : 09:42
A BIG THANK YOU to all helpers and marshals who turned out for the Beacon Batch. This was always going to be a difficult night to attract competitors. Very pleased to have 63 runners on the night, all of which appreciated the clubs efforts.

Webmaster

Posted : 15:29
Hi guys and girls, I'm afraid I have bad news Barry Hall won't be running with you for a few months as he had a motorbike accident on Sunday. He clipped a curb and hit a wall in Somerton, he has broken his left arm and leg (relief) it could have been much worse if he hadn't been wearing his full leathers and boots! He is in Yeovil hospital ward 6b until the weekend when we hope he might be transferred back to Weston but there's no guarantee it might even be next week! He had a five hour op on his leg Sunday and they are waiting for the swelling to go down to reconstruct some bones in his foot. But apart from that you know Barry alls fine and dandy and he's planning which bike he's having next. I don't think he will be doing the London marathon next year unless he enters the wheel chair race! All the best Nicky Hall

Ginnie & Tony [WAC]

Posted : 17:48
Nicky,Sorry to hear about Barry, please pass on our best wishes and hope he's up and about in no time.

Sunday 18 June 2006

Gerry and Teresa [WAC] E-mail Gerry and Teresa

Posted : 11:05
Awesome achievement Kathleen - look forward to hearing all the details soon. Well done!

Rich G

Posted : 12:00
a big well done kathleen,you can take it easy know, for a bit anyway!

Friday 16 June 2006

roger

Posted : 09:14
Kathleen is at the top of Fields Hill 37km. Running position 8161 and going well. Just another 50km to go!

roger

Posted : 10:39
Kath has passed the Drummond within the cut off time by more than the hour.At the time of writing she has passed the 50k mark

roger

Posted : 12:33
Kath has completed 66km and is still going.Only one more hill to do after this.

Phil (bird)

Posted : 12:45
She's nailing it!! Superb effort, she's going great...

Roger

Posted : 14:31
Back to back marathons completed 84 km Last hill to go.

Claudine

Posted : 15:35
Fantastic effort Kathleen .... a huge well done!! You've definately earnt yourself a few celebratory drinks. The problem could be whether or not you can manage to walk to the bar!!

Roger

Posted : 15:54
Looks like Kaths done it.Cant confirm finishing time as yet. Monumental effort.

Steve.J

Posted : 15:58
Fair shout KathleenOne hell of an achievemnt Congratulations bask in your own glory you deserve it.We are out Sunday if your back in time only 11 miles you be alrigth only a l1mile jog.

STEVE.J

Posted : 15:58
@@@@ing KEYBOARD

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 16:12

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Fantastic effort Kathleen, hope you are now planning a well deserved rest and not another mad expedition.Enjoy the alcolhol!Look forward to hearing all about it when you are back.

Phil (bird)

Posted : 16:14
Fantastic effort Kathleen, told you the hills would be a breeze! You just have to do the down run now for the sake of completion!! Well done.

Roger

Posted : 17:02
News from Kath said she had a great run and smiled all the way round. Didnt have to dig deep once.Finishing time 10hrs 18mins 50 secs

Wednesday 14 June 2006

pretty polly [its dark up there with no headlights]

Posted : 21:25
whose polly??? anyone we know????how do you know she will be wearing shorts?? is it a she?? what if it has fruit n veg???

Tuesday 13 June 2006

Kit

Posted : 11:40
Message for my MumHow embarrassing.

Firestarter

Posted : 11:44
Also a great result for Mark Ashhurst at Burnham Tri.And big it up for Phil Bird – 2nd Lady in Man V Horse (and she didn’t even have to murder any ponies on her way!!).

Phil (bird)

Posted : 21:43
Murder is a little harsh Kit...at least let me pretend to be a caring, sympathetic professional! Cheers anyway.

rich griff

Posted : 22:26
good luck kathleen on comrades, just know your going to do it, thinking of you friday and all the pain, get up polly shorts and you there!

Monday 12 June 2006

pat stokes(kit's mum) [unattached] E-mail pat stokes(kit

Posted : 19:31
that's ma boy! well done kit

Andy and marCELLA Salter [WAC]

Posted : 19:33
Well done kira, First lady in burnhamTri, And well done to kit, and to all wac membersGOOD results,

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 21:03
Gerry & Teresa,Many congratulations, Lorna is absolutely gorgeous, might see you all at the Sept. Prom Run???!!!

Sad & Lonely

Posted : 21:26
Message for Pat (Kits Mum ) will you go out with a monday nighter. How does 5 pints of stella and a curry sound.

Phil (bird)

Posted : 21:31
Great results at Burnham guys, esp Kit and Kira (sounds like a his'n'hers win!!).Best of luck to Kathleen at the Comrades on Fri too....it's gonna hurt like hell....just do it!

Sunday 11 June 2006

Carolyn & Andrew Devereux

Posted : 08:35
Congratulations Teresa & Gerry.She looks lovely.

Pip

Posted : 21:09
Huge congratulations to Teresa and Gerry, but especially Teresa of course for the hard work! Lorna looks lovely, hope you both enjoy every second.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 21:57
Great result for Kit Stokes winning the Burnham Triathlon. Excellent performances from many other Weston AC members on an incredibly hot day !

Saturday 10 June 2006

robert

Posted : 08:25
congratulations Teresa and Gerry. She looks lovely. I hope all went well and i'm sure nothing could be as painfull as the last five miles of my last marathon!....well done and hope to see you all soon.

Sunday Virgin

Posted : 09:59
Is anyone going for the usual run on Sunday morning?I'll try an make it at the right time this week!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 11:36

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Walnut Tree Sunday morning 8.15am.See you there.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 11:38

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Well done Teresa and congratulations to you both, look forward to seeing you out running with baby Lorna strapped to your back!!

KIRA & NICK

Posted : 17:54
Fantastic news Teresa and Gerry seeing a beautiful baby has made me feel all broody!!!Take the phone off the hook and enjoy.

Friday 09 June 2006

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 11:51
As part of my job with NSC i am looking at encouraging more women to take up running. In sept i am hoping to put on a course with the Women's Running Network for anyone who would be interested in helping in getting a group off the ground. As a running club it would be great to encourage 'real' beginner's to the sport but i know it is a big commitment when it is hard to find time yourself to run let alone encourage others. Any interest please contact me kira.thorpe@n-somerset.gov.uk

Shh you know who [moo baaa ac]

Posted : 22:12
word has it that the J man has broken his leg from falling off a ladder, funny there is an article in the sun about a man in a field in Nailsea,with a ladder and a cow nead i say more!

hop along cassidy

Posted : 22:21
mate plaster wont stop me i will run on one leg and still beat you in the bristol half 2020

nobby's dry roasted [nuts]

Posted : 22:32
i might be fit by then fat boy

Monday 05 June 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 19:26
Fantastic result at world duathlon champs Paul, think you need to tell everyone though...does anyone have a link for the results?

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 23:08
Results for Duathlon Champs on http://www.triathletes.org.uk/

Friday 02 June 2006

Half way home

Posted : 21:48
I heard Adrian had only done half the training so was only doing half the run!!

talent spotter

Posted : 22:25
Has nobody yet to spot Ruth White in the car craft advert!!!Do you not have teles but sit there reading runners world or what????

KAREOKE KING

Posted : 23:24
Didn't notice Ruth...too busy singing along.....the coolest price and the meanest deals....call into carcraft.....everybody sing along now!

Wednesday 31 May 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:01

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Bryan......Your like my kids....going on and on and on until I give in !!!

Fame Academy

Posted : 09:10
Is it me or is our very own lovely Ruth White now appearing in the car craft advert!!!See for yourself on most ITV adverts.We have a celebrity in the camp.

Gerry King: Cotswold Way Relay 24th June [WAC] E-mail Gerry King: Cotswold Way Relay 24th June

Posted : 11:17
Following my messages of 17th March and 26th April I haven't had any further response. The relay takes place on Sat 24th June. There are 10 stages so we need a minimum of 10 runners. Distances of stages vary from 8 to 12 miles, mainly off road. The club will pay the entry fee. As I'll be at a family wedding that day someone else will need to co-ordinate this. So far the following have expressed an interest in running: Nick & Kira, Ruth & Jim, Malcolm, Bryan Morley, Simon Moth and possibly Rob, Kenny, Dave C. Lots more details from www.cityofbathac.org Please let me know who else is interested (any ability, male or female), plus it is essential to have a volunteer to co-ordinate everything. Thanks, Gerry

Roger Hart

Posted : 19:20
Hi Bryan.Just got my entry for the Mendip today.I beleive Jim Wotton and Adrian Marshal are doing it to.

Tuesday 30 May 2006

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 11:25

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Hi AllIs anyone doing the Mendip challenge this coming weekend?

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 12:01

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Hi AllIs anyone doing the Mendip challenge this coming weekend?

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 21:45

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Hi AllIs anyone doing the Mendip challenge this coming weekend?

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 21:46

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Hi AllIs anyone doing the Mendip challenge this coming weekend?

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 21:47

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Hi AllIs anyone doing the Mendip challenge this coming weekend?

Bryan Morley [FIND A RUNNING FRIEND.COM]

Posted : 21:47

195 messages | 42 events entered.
Hi AllIs anyone doing the Mendip challenge this coming weekend?

Saturday 27 May 2006

Pant and Dec

Posted : 16:54
Steve, I don't think it's being a Villa fan, it's your gold membership of the Robbie Williams Fan club!

Friday 26 May 2006

STEVE.J [SUNDAY CLUB]

Posted : 15:19
TO THE SUNDAY GANGI apologise in advance but i may not make it on Sunday as i won 2x VIP tickets for the soccer aid match in Manchester Sat night.I guess supporting Aston Villa does have its benifits after all.Wedding plans are on hold as my future wife is no longer talking to me, sometimes you have to make a sacrifice in life.

daily news

Posted : 16:22
Steve not running.....hold the front page!!

Wednesday 24 May 2006

Kathleen [WAC] E-mail Kathleen

Posted : 17:58
I know its a long shot, but dont suppose anyone has a spare number going for the Plymouth Half this Sunday??

Friday 19 May 2006

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 10:54
Well done Teresa for running the prom last night. I thought you were going to walk!Now please please give them pelvic floor muscles a rest!

Monday 15 May 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 16:06

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A COPY OF E-MAIL RECIVED TODAY JUST INCASE ANYONE IS INTERESTED.......Dear Rob and all at Weston Athletic ClubI am writing to you to offer you the chance to run the half marathon on behalf of Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the charity that raises funds for Bristol Children’s Hospital. The Grand Appeal have 100 places available, marathon registration costs 25 and all we ask that you raise a minimum of 150 sponsorship.All funds raised will go towards the new medical ward that is being built at the children's hospital. If would like to register to run, please fill out the attached form. If you know of anyone else that may be interested in running the half marathon, by all means forward on this email!If you have any queries, please get in touch.With many thanks and best wishesLaura Densem0117 927 3888www.grandappeal.org.uk

Sunday 14 May 2006

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:03

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****Polite Reminder****Subsrcriptions are now overdue, I would be grateful if those still outstanding could forward payment to me asap!Many thanks to the 86 members currently paid up on time!!

Saturday 13 May 2006

cheeky chappie

Posted : 12:59
oooo get her

Thursday 11 May 2006

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 10:54
Thanks Rob will speak to u at prom next week if you are there

Claudine

Posted : 14:17
KiraWho are you trying to kid ... Rob at a Prom Run, now that we'd all like to see!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 16:33

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So glad to see my name being taken in vain so often over the past few days – do you have no respect – NO NEED TO ANSWER THAT ONE.

Wednesday 10 May 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:14

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Kira,Depending when and where my daughter may be interested..I will have a word with her for you. she baby sits already for friends and is, like her dad, very reliable and responsible....

Baby Sitters R Us

Posted : 13:17
Rob Morgan reliable and responsible .... yeah right!!!! Who are you trying to kid?

Claudine

Posted : 13:18
AlanWishing you a speedy recovery .... that sounds like an injury and a half!!

Gillian McKeith

Posted : 16:24
Better lock the door to the pantry Kira, if she's anything like her dad, Fat Bob's daughter will eat you out of house and home.

Alan Cooper [WAC] E-mail Alan Cooper

Posted : 22:21
ClaudineIt ain't too comfortable to be honest. Will try and post some scan pics tomorrow.....Seeing another consultant tomorrow, hoping they don't suggest amputation at the windpipe!!!!!

Tuesday 09 May 2006

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 16:54
Does anybody know of a baby sitter (any club runners daughters who would be interested in earning some cash) so Nick and i can go running/cycling 'together' every now and then?

Alan Cooper Towpath entry [Weston AC] E-mail Alan Cooper      Towpath entry

Posted : 19:13
A while ago I posted;-'If anyone is interested I MIGHT have some places in the Towpath series up for grabs. I secured an entry for all races but managed to tear my cartilage trying to keep up with Malcolm a couple of Mondays ago. Have got the MRI booked for next Tuesday and the consultant for the following Monday and hope to be back out running ASAP, but don't want to see any entries go to waste. I may have someone already interested but they are not definate, so if you are interested give me a bell in the day on 07976 058643 or mail me at cooper.alan@hotmail.co.ukEmail: cooper.alan@hotmail.co.uk'It turns out that I have actually broken a peice of the end of my femur anout an inch square!! Needless to say I cannot take part in this series.If you want to do this series, let me know this week. I have contacted the organisers and got it sorted.Give me a ring on 01934 641675 or 07976 058643.The series cost me 15 but I am sure we can come to some sort of arrangement.

Monday 08 May 2006

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 13:07
Attention all past & present monday night runners. Malcoolm is unable to attend tonights run and with short notice i am now unable to attend please can we have some bodys down there to cover, rumour mill was the social manager used to run on mondays but since the return of two other founder members he has vanished a bit like man citys winning streak

si walsh

Posted : 14:50
good luck rich g. sorry jenko, still on the injured bench.

New Monday Nighter

Posted : 16:50
Was it something I said? I think I'm going to be out for a jog on my own!Well done Steve & Rich on your results yesterday-I've been checking the website (Obviously no pizza for breakfast yesterday Steve)

Ralph [Weston AC]

Posted : 17:48
Monday Night Run.I'm happy to help sort things outtonight if thats ok. Ralph

Lesley

Posted : 18:12
Ralph, I know we are a bit short on numbers tonight and I would be happy to just go out alone, but on thursday Judo Kirsty said she was definatley coming and I don't know how to get in touch with her? I am happy if Kirsty and I go out alone? you don't have to come and hold our hand-unless you really want to!

Marian Evans [WAC] E-mail Marian Evans

Posted : 19:55
Many Thanks to the sponsors for the London Marathon (for the R.N.L.I.). I am out with the WAC's most tues & thurs or if you wish email me & I will give details to get the money to me. Thank you for your generosity.

Victor

Posted : 21:16

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Sorry fans not making mondays at moment, due to lack of motivation. Getting slower and putting weight on as well. Anyway must get on lots to do.

Sunday 07 May 2006

Roger

Posted : 15:08
Race For Life 2006A big thank-you to all helpers and marshals from myself and race director Mark Raisbeck. This was his first event as organiser and he very much appreciated your time and effort. I am sure the entrants all enjoyed themselves and the race was a successful fundraiser.

Thursday 04 May 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 07:53
Dave Jones.....picked up shield from Castle Coombe so can drop it down at training on tues night? Let me know if need it before then.

DEAR DR SPOCK [INTERGALACTIC NONSENCE AC] E-mail DEAR DR SPOCK

Posted : 21:46
YOU CAN HAVE AN OPERATION FOR YOUR EARS, MIGHT GET RID OF ALL YOUR PENT UP ANGER, YOU MAYBE ABLE TO BEEM UP SCOTT AFTER ALL' MORE THAN ELTON COULD EVER DO, YES I KNOW CRAP SPELLING AND CAPS LOCKS WHO CARES GET A LIFE.

Wednesday 03 May 2006

rich griff [wac devon section]

Posted : 18:49
just wanted to let all my friends in the club know that fee and i have got engaged and that i am know located in sunny devon and also to wish every one good luck in the future and hope you all achieve your goals be it a five miler or a five hundred miler,ta ta for now, rich.

Graham B [WAC (beleive it or not)]

Posted : 19:31
2 MessagesRich G: Congratulations thats great news.Roger: Those photos are amazing

Monday 01 May 2006

Fordy

Posted : 09:16
Shaun, check you world cup times, I think we're a bit early for Trinidad game, plus beacon batch is same time as beacon batch

Fordy

Posted : 09:17
w*****,I meant Sweden game is same time as beacon batch

steve.j [WESTONAC]

Posted : 12:10
Despite being a bank holiday, Monday night run is on as normal at 7pm if anyone wants a jog round weston.

Re monday run [wac]

Posted : 17:47
usual route then, nicks bar, cabo, dragon kiss, red admiral etc etc, about five pints, sorry meant miles, currys on jenko literaly.

Dr Spock [W.A.C]

Posted : 18:22
Wow what a surprise founder monday nighters going out on a monday. I hear Mike Potter has been cured of a bad case of Mondaynitus (symptons , lack of energy,excessive weight gain,inability to type) glad to hear Mike is making a full recovery. As for founder members who still seem to be suffering maybe Phil the bird , or Paul Snelling could do us all a favour and put them out of there misery.

Malcolm [WAC]

Posted : 21:58

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Please note that Tuesday night training will now be on the grass at Hutton Moor Sports Centre. This starts on Tuesday this week.19.00 p.m. as usual, see you all there.

Sunday 30 April 2006

Roger Hart E-mail Roger Hart

Posted : 11:40
RACE FOR LIFE SUNDAY 7TH MAY.Instructions for the day. For all volunteer marshals there is a briefing at the organisers caravan on the beach at 9.30am. All those helping to mark the course meet at the Tropicana 8.00am. Over 3900 entrants to date. Could do with a few more helpers pleaseThanks Roger

Saturday 29 April 2006

C & M Fan Club [Vodka drinkers association]

Posted : 08:19
Despite all those years of Vodka abuse,Claudine still manages to outsprint out of shape ex club champ.Well done smirnoff looking forward to the rematch. My moneys on Claudine

Graham B [WAC] E-mail Graham B

Posted : 16:00
Does anyone know where I can get an entry form for Bideford 10K have tried their website but no joy as yet. If you know where I can get one please email me

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 16:43

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Yeah, definately put your money on Claudine.I dont do hills and Burrington starts at the bottom of a b***dy big one!!

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster]

Posted : 17:12

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 20:27
Cheers Shaun

Friday 28 April 2006

wow phil

Posted : 01:04
first lady again good shit hmmm, !!!!

Claudine Mercer Fan

Posted : 09:55
All these years Claudine has been shadowing Gerry( no wonder we could not see her)(only joking)and at last we were pleased to see her finish ahead of her last night.Go Claudine your the best!!!!!

Sainsbury shopper [WAC]

Posted : 10:15
Must be all the creme fraiche

Claudine

Posted : 13:35
Thank you fellow club members for all your support!Bring on Burrington!!PS - spectacular fall over that stile (hopefully only Geraldine witnessed that)!

Thursday 27 April 2006

So tell me again [If its too hard i cant understand it]

Posted : 00:39
Why did the Polar Bear stand on the Marsh mallows??

rest of the joke please

Posted : 13:28
I don't know, why did the polar bear stand on the marshmallows?

if you insist

Posted : 18:36
So he does not fall in the hot chocolate

Wednesday 26 April 2006

Gerry King: Cotswold Way Relay [WAC] E-mail Gerry King: Cotswold Way Relay

Posted : 19:09
Following my message of 17th March I mentioned this event again after last night's AGM. The relay takes place on Sat 24th June. There are 10 stages so we need a minimum of 10 runners. Distances of stages vary from 8 to 12 miles, mainly off road. The club will pay the entry fee. I've just realised that I'll be at a family wedding that day, so someone else will need to co-ordinate this now (sorry!). So far the following have expressed an interest in running: Nick & Kira, Ruth & Jim, Malcolm, Bryan Morley, Simon Moth and possibly Rob, Kenny, Dave C. Lots more details from www.cityofbathac.org Please let me know who else is interested (any ability, male or female), plus a volunteer to co-ordinate. Thanks, Gerry

Paul O'Mra [weston A.C.] E-mail Paul O

Posted : 19:49
I have a spare number for the great west run sunday, if anyone is interested email me

Tuesday 25 April 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:14

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Any news on Bryan Morley on the Tresco Marathon?

Rob Morgan

Posted : 12:35

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I can now answer my own question.....Well done Bryan 03:20:54 and 5th place. clearly no cramp for you.

Friday 21 April 2006

Hanham Runner

Posted : 08:47
Hi there is a message about drinking too much water whilst running long distances On the front page of BBC News web site I have let my runners know.best of luck to anyone running.

phil (bird)

Posted : 09:15
All the best for London Rob, and anyone else running it (sorry can't remember). Hope it takes you ages to recover so I can keep up with the first group for a few weeks!!

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 11:10
Best of luck to all those doing the marathon this weekend. If it your first time savour it as the atmosphere is unbeleivable (especially around Cutty Sark)

.

Posted : 17:53
Oh my god steve jenkins you havent changed i have just come across this website I am 5 months pregant and feel slender compared to you. I am only joking. Thanks for giving a hormonal pregant woman a lift whom is surrounded by slender size 8 figures.

steve.j

Posted : 22:07
who r you i dont know anyone who is preggers?????

steve,j [westonac]

Posted : 22:12
anyway good luck to you all on sunday.my tips are dont count down the miles, every step is another minute towards the end of one of the most amazing experiances you will ever have.dont be afraid to to hit the pan early the queues at the start are quite long and u dont wany a stomach ache half way round.drop the troops off about 6am for a hassle free run, it worked for me!!!!

The Cowell Clan [WAC] E-mail The Cowell Clan

Posted : 22:40
Good luck to all our new friends who are running through the streets of London on Sunday give us a wave, we'll be glued to the box all morning.

Tuesday 18 April 2006

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 21:49
Si Walsh & Andy DHope you are dong your bit for the environment and using re-useable nappies!!Useful websitewww.thenappylady.co.uk(Apologies to all runnners who are not into nappies)

Saturday 15 April 2006

si walsh [WAC] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 13:00
For Andy Devereux.congratulations on the birth of your daughter. mine has just turned four months old.i thought you might like a bit of a helping hand. please don't despair. it may seem as if you are the only people on the planet at 4am. but the midwives at the ashcombe unit are fantastic. and answer the phone 24 hours a day. it doesn't matter how stupid you think your question is, don't be afraid to ring them and ask for advice!little tricks that i found have worked include. putting a hot water bottle filled from the hot tap. NOT the kettle. into the cot a few minutes before you put your baby in. it takes the chill off and stops her waking up when you take her away from your chest.for gripe, try INFACOL, usable from birth. and for cradle cap, use refined olive oil. both are available from the pharmacy at boots.Good luck mate. remember don't be afraid to ask for help and advice. but remember she's YOUR baby.

Friday 14 April 2006

Roger Hart E-mail Roger Hart

Posted : 10:43
RACE FOR LIFE, 11 p.m. Sunday 7th May Helpers are needed to set up the course and plenty of yellow coated marshalls at least 20, more would be better as there are 3400 already committed to run/walk. Participants guaranteed to make you smile. Light bites and refreshments promised by organisers for helpers. I do need names please. Thanks Roger.

Lucy and Dan E-mail Lucy and Dan

Posted : 21:40
To Paul O'Mara. How u doing? E-mail us sometime

Lucy and Dan E-mail Lucy and Dan

Posted : 21:42
To Paul O'Mara. How u doing? E-mail us sometime

Wednesday 12 April 2006

Andy Devereux [WAC] E-mail Andy Devereux

Posted : 10:25
Just to let you all know that on 3/4/06 @4:22pm Carolyn gave birth to a baby girl weighing in at 7lb 3.5oz.Keira Elizabeth as we've named her, is destined to be an athelete as she can already run and has wind (or should that've been 'run like the wind' ??)

Rob Morgan

Posted : 17:04

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Andy & Carolyn,Congratulations, pleased to hear everything went well and your now proud parents with a windy baby!! Well done, hope to see you both out with the baby jogger soon.

Tuesday 11 April 2006

Alan Cooper [WAC] E-mail Alan Cooper

Posted : 21:36
If anyone is interested I MIGHT have some places in the Towpath series up for grabs. I secured an entry for all races but managed to tear my cartilage trying to keep up with Malcolm a couple of Mondays ago. Have got the MRI booked for next Tuesday and the consultant for the following Monday and hope to be back out running ASAP, but don't want to see any entries go to waste. I may have someone already interested but they are not definate, so if you are interested give me a bell in the day on 07976 058643 or mail me at cooper.alan@hotmail.co.uk

Monday 10 April 2006

Weeble supporter

Posted : 09:58
So weebles do fall over then and not just wobble

KIRA [WAC]

Posted : 17:59
If you want any decent runnig kit at reasonable prices visit www.sweatshop.co.uk or visit the Bristol branch (address on web). If you see anything on the web you want to try on they will send it to the Bristol branch saving postage for you plus they will give 10% to club members

secret shopper

Posted : 19:29
tescos have lucozade sport at 1.30/4 bottles complete bargin if you drink the stuff.

another running club [further south down the M5]

Posted : 19:36
at last a bit of banter, this website was becoming boring and dull jenko should be knighted for bringing humour to this website at least he has a laugh even if it is directed at him. good sport i say

in big trouble

Posted : 20:21
here here lifes too short to be dull and boring, all i know is jenkos going to get me back big time so from now on my lips are sealed

steve.j

Posted : 20:26
damm right trickster last time i tell you anything!!!if you had come out for a run it may not have happened.m5 south running can i have a transfer to your club i dont lime mine anymore

Hobble hobble Hobble JENKO CALLING all WAC RUNNERS

Posted : 21:58
I will hobble on I will survive as I am a man. I may not look like one all over but I am a man and I will survive those grazes. I know playing dominos aged 12 was a bad idea I should have been out on my skateboard preparing my knees.

THE PLOT THICKENS LIKE CAMPBELLS SOUP

Posted : 22:05
I am no trickster I am as real as your 36' inch waist JENKO and my girl's name is stella. I am for real and maybe when I have time I will challenege to whoop your arse up the seafront me stella will be there for support of course!

Knighthood DECLINED.

Posted : 22:12
We dont need JENKO head to explode like STRESSED ERIC (do you notice a resembelance!!) It would be like Ricky Gervais (THE Office) character getting an award you would just want to say hang me now before he starts to speak...and you are forced to laugh

Hey JENKO challenge is on

Posted : 22:20
I look forward to the run up the seafront it will be worth it whoop your arse not literally of course man to man.Are you ready for some real enterainment and I am not talking the lapdancing bar you went to in Rome sorry the lapdancers all left when they saw a empty wallet !!! sorry bar mats are not a currency in Italy. seriously competitive entertainment.

From: JENKO

Posted : 22:27
I am offically a bore, small, and chubby bit like roland from grange hill. Does roland ever get the girl thats the question? if he does the girl leave for ziggy ?

Sunday 09 April 2006

Trevor McDoughnut [ITN News]

Posted : 15:42
latest breaking news from weston, super, mare,Jenkos attempt at improving his speed by tumbling along the tole road on his stella belly,resulted in a trip to casualty for minor treatment for cuts and abrasions,doctors have advised steve not to put any strain on his left wrist and hand.

steve.j

Posted : 19:11
thanks to wacs own chris pinchbeck for providing first aid i thought i could see my feet now but it seems the football under my top failed me to notice the raised man hole thingy, and since i have recently come back from rome i decided i would kiss the ground like the pope but with my face and hand.running dont u just love it.

FAO of Steve jenkins/FRED ELLIOT [COVENTRY CITY are rubbish]

Posted : 20:10
Congratulations on confirming the fact you are a mouse not a man. Fancy blocking up A & E with cuts and bruises!Oh yeh good job you toke your mrs to Rome she needs to see some hot men having to wake up to a pork pie maker/ fred elliot every day poor girl. One day she will see the light...

slim

Posted : 20:23
dont support coventry city for a start,did not go to a&e i have my own nurse,did not take mrs to rome it was a business trip, however did leave a crater on the toll road where i landed.

Blah Blah BLah

Posted : 20:41
Blah Blah Blah all we needed to confirm is that you are a mouse not a man and that you belly is still there oh yes so it is. Truth hurts.

MENS Health Magazine

Posted : 20:57
Fao steven jenkins i am sorry but due to the fact that other aesthetically pleasing men in the world don't want to look at your body we will no longer be using your body your body went out of fashion when bloomers went out fashion jenkins and old age and gravity has sunk in started stop getting ratty with fellow runners whom are merely pointing out what very woman in weston thinks.

From:Slim

Posted : 21:01
I agree I am fat overweight blobby. I am on the J20 from tommorrow everyone can have a drink on me after training.Have a good one.

Gerry H [No Sympathies]

Posted : 21:08

254 messages | 75 events entered.
Perhaps, if you had got out of bed earlier and ran with thw Walnut Tree group as planned your accident would not have happened!!

Female Kickboxer

Posted : 21:23
Both myself and my partner are keen kickboxers may I just say that cuts and bruises are part of the sport broken ribs are what hurt. I run as well to keep my cardio. Steven jenkins you sound as agile and interesting as a tortoise keep up the running or plodding plodapus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: slim

Posted : 21:31
I cannot see over my belly Gerry I will always have accidents and thats why i left my mrs at home she would definitely have disppeared in Rome with a Italian stallion. It will take me a lifetime to look that good. Remember Drinks on me tomorrow evening all Monday evening runners. I am going to rest my cuts and bruises as men do.

steve.j

Posted : 21:32
damm i can feel the knives tonight, revenge will be mine.

man or squeak mouse

Posted : 21:38
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMOUSE it isSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSqueakI will truly enjoy the free drink tommorrow cheers JENKO you are a sport

JIM'LL FIX IT FOR YOU JENKO

Posted : 21:41
or not as the case maybe Sorry jenkp but cosmetic surgery can only do so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FREE DRINK Sounds brillant Moet all round JENKO we are looking after your wallet and belly after all.

the real wac fat boy

Posted : 22:44
look just because poirot is not on tonight its no reason to be rude about a fellow sportsperson, andy fordham after all is a top athlete, so stop ogling mel gibson and the blonde tart from emerdale and get training.

Friday 07 April 2006

perky todger [landlord of the rear admiral pub]

Posted : 00:10
please could all guests where pink and kevin and pete in your roll as ushers organise the sheep for the guard of honour, thank you,

slim

Posted : 11:08
give him 3 pints of guiness and hes keyboard crazy!!!

Thursday 06 April 2006

jim & bardi [wac]

Posted : 22:58
we are pleased to anounce our engagement, after a small celebration tonight in the showers over at hutton moor its has been decided for wac's first gay wedding, victor best man, gerry & claudine brides maids,all welcome to join us at the ceremony to be held at the admiral pub as soon as can be aranged.

Monday 03 April 2006

Miss Millie

Posted : 13:28
F.A.O. RogerJust call in at Miss Millie's on your way home from work and pick up a gorgeous chicken dinner (with extra chips, onion rings and maybe some garlic bread if you're carbo-loading for that big race) and bingo ... dinner's ready for you when you get home without the hassle of cooking!!

Sunday 02 April 2006

rob

Posted : 08:35
So like the prom race but a bit longer!! count me in.

Roger

Posted : 11:47
Thanks RichI have had a good look at it.Think I may have some dificulty geting it passed Val.I do like a race where dinner is placed in front of you each night.There was a link to the Raid Tenere passion in December,thats only 165km ,dinner included in the race fee.That may suit me.

Saturday 01 April 2006

rob morgan

Posted : 08:50

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Good luck to all those doing Taunton - Gerry and Claudine sub 45 please, Neale sub 3 I know you have it in you. Everyone else have a good run and hope the weather is kind to you all.

fao roger [make this one a club race !]

Posted : 09:45
The Augrabies Extreme is a self-sufficiency stage race held in the Northern Cape area of South Africa. It is divided into six stages, which run from bivouac site to bivouac site, where the competitors rest before the following day’s stage. The race is based on the popular Marathon des Sables which is held annually in Morocco. The organisers provide water, tents and medical support. The rest is up to the competitor.Augrabies Extreme 2006This year the Augrabies will take place from October 5th – 15th. Cost is from 1000 to 1300 depending on the package you choose. This is purely for the race and accomodation before the race. You will need to get yourself to South Africa and to Augrabies Falls National Park, depending on the package you choose, where the race begins.How Tough is it?Very. In temperatures up to 40c competitors are faced with running with a fully loaded pack containing everything they will need for the week. The combination of the weight of the pack and the heat will increase the chances of blisters, chafing and muscle strains. xxThere is likely to be a high drop-out rate.

Tuesday 21 March 2006

another prom run another bit of lost property

Posted : 08:57
for great deals on other peoples lost kit go to barrys shop on-linewww.ulike that one dont u barry.co.uk

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 13:02
Girls,Countdown starts here (well almost), don't forget Virgin Vie party this Friday at my house, text me for address, if you want to try the footspa stuff, bring a bowl and towel, also Sue White will be doing sample 'Indian Head Massages' and 'Reflexology' for anyone interested.See you there, all welcome.Mob: 07981 891743

Mark Brock [WAC] E-mail Mark Brock

Posted : 18:25
I have a Taunton Half Marathon place up for grabs. Is anyone interested? If so please let me know. Its Sunday 2nd April.

Monday 20 March 2006

Mizuno

Posted : 20:20
Barry Collins for Mayor!!Lost track suit bottoms found!Thanks to 'all' for your time & interaction on the message board.Ralph.

Firestarter

Posted : 23:51
Now there's a surprise.

Sunday 19 March 2006

Jo Robinson (WAC) E-mail Jo Robinson (WAC)

Posted : 13:25
Taunton Half MarathonDue to back problems I am unable to run on 2 April. Anyone wishing to take my number please let me know.

Cheap Sports Gear [Clepto's anon]

Posted : 21:04
Recent Bargains to be had on B-Bay,1 x pair Nike firestarters1 x Mizuno trackster bottoms ( R.Underwood on label inside waist)

Friday 17 March 2006

Gerry King [WAC] E-mail Gerry King

Posted : 09:44
COTSWOLD WAY RELAY At the recent committee meeting we discussed the possibility of entering a Weston AC team for this relay. Total distance 105 miles, mainly off road, with 10 stages (i.e. 10 runners!). It is on Saturday 24th June. More details from www.cityofbathac.org. The club will pay the entry fee. Please let me or Malcolm Gammon know if you are interested in taking part, any ability, male or female. Thanks, Gerry

chris collings [can.tri.club] E-mail chris collings

Posted : 19:43
you aint easy to track down.. i'm only down the road in yeovil.. thought i'd give this triathlon thingy ago.. can't be that hard.. if you fancy a beer give me a bell

KIRA

Posted : 19:48
Gerry Sent you a message RE: C/RJust to say to all club members having done it running with Wells CH and Crewkerne RC it is a great event and is a great day out lots of team spirit and well organised Hope we can get at least one team.

Ralph Underwood. WAC. [WESTON AC]

Posted : 21:10
HELP!!Did anybody pick-up a pair of 'Mizuno'Track suit bottoms Thursday evening bymistake while in the Cabot bar??I left them behind after the Prom Run. Colour:Blue with pale blue/white trim.Please check your kit bags & let me know if you have them or saw them.I will be at training every Tuesday & Thursday, getting cold with out them!OR, pass them onto a committee member.Thanks for your help.Ralph Underwood.

british rail lost property

Posted : 22:15
ralf it might be worth checking a certain lamp post on the top road to see if they are nailed to it, ask victor he will enlighten you as to the story, heres a clue rymes with thomas hardy.

Thursday 16 March 2006

Blokes [gay section weston ac] E-mail Blokes

Posted : 01:00
Ginnie whats in it for us can we come to your Virgin party, please, we all have foot issues corns dry skin flackeing toe nail paint, can we come please, free cream puffs all round.

In the know

Posted : 08:02
Ginnnie - DERMALOGICA Rules !! dont waste you money on a second rate product.

Malcolm [WESTON A/C]

Posted : 17:25

154 messages | 35 events entered.
RACE FOR LIFE. Weston Beach Sun 7th May The organisers of this increasingly popular 5k event have approached Weston A/C for support. They are looking for enough Marshall's to make sure all the ladies know which way to run on the beach. Unfortunately I am away on hols at the time so we really would like a club member to take responsibility for getting and organising the helpers on the day. Not sure at this stage how many are required but the more there are the better it will be.A great opportunity to support this very worthwhile event and at the same time promote Weston A/C. Please let me know if you are interested..........Malcolm G.

Wednesday 15 March 2006

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 22:06
Well done Roger, guess you've had plenty of practice now, so get ready to 'run around' and collect all that sponsor money!!Fantastic effort!!

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 22:07
Girls,Don't forget Virgin Vie party at my house next Friday 24th, need numbers please if you're coming.(Mobile 07981 891743)

Tuesday 14 March 2006

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:24

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Well done Roger, what a great performance. It looks like the whole club’s been watching and waiting for your every result, who knows you may have some company for next years race!! Brilliant and well done again.

Steven Jenkins [Westonac]

Posted : 10:44
Big up to the Robster a fantastic achievment hope you got a good sun tan.

Phil (bird)

Posted : 11:01
Superb effort Roger...bring on M. des Sables!!

Claudine

Posted : 13:04
Fantastic effort Roger, a huge well done! Now you've got that race out the way, I think you should be giving it your all at the Prom on Thursday!!

Monday 13 March 2006

Claudine

Posted : 08:40
Thanks Malcolm!If I ever contemplate entering The Grizzly again, somebody please slap me!!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 14:14
Val, Thanks for the update! He's doing really well isn't he! Not that thats a surprise! Here's to Roger having a good one today!!!

Valerie

Posted : 20:05
Hi again, Rog had a much better 5th leg and came in 10th which brought him up to 14th overall in a time of 11hrs18mins22secs in total, It looks like he is 2nd vet with the person in 13th place being 1st vet. Also got mentioned in the write-ups on three occasions. Reckon he will be pretty pleased with the result.

Ian Carps [WAC] E-mail Ian Carps

Posted : 21:03
Well done Roger in successfully completing the 100Km del Sahara race and finishing 2nd Vet. Many club members have been following your daily progress with interest and can't wait to here all the 'sand in my ....! stories on your return. Enjoy a few beers and some well deserved rest!

Kit

Posted : 21:58
Nice one Roger. Awesome.

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 22:42
Well Done to Roger! A fab result!!!!!Val, Please pass on our Congratulations! Lets hope he gets all his flight connections to get home!PS Thanks to you Val for keeping us posted!!!

Sunday 12 March 2006

Malcolm [WAC]

Posted : 18:39

154 messages | 35 events entered.
Fantastic effort by all who ran the Grizzly today. Conditions were bad with temperatures no higher than 3'C and with a strong wind chill taking it well below freezing. Apparently Claudine took fist place in the Bog Snorkelling competition so hopefully someone got the photo!Well done to all of the Weston AC Grizzly 2006 runners!

Fred Elliot Runner

Posted : 20:34
I say jenko you look more like fred elliot everyday...who ate all the pies jenko....

Valerie

Posted : 21:24
After a very hard 26 miles plus Rog came in 26th with 4hrs 48mins with the winner just managing 3hrs 23mins but is still 17th overall. Final leg tomorrow so fingers crossed.

Saturday 11 March 2006

Kira Thorpe [WAC]

Posted : 13:42
Steve JHave you tried the sweatshop that are based at the New Generation Gym BristolA short drive from M5 Junction 17 (take the A4018 and turn off at Greystoke Avenue). Have a wide range there and seem to know what they are talking about.They have a good website http://www.sweatshop.co.uk/Next Generation ClubGreystoke AvenueWestbury-on-TrymBristolBS10 6AZ Tel: 0117 950 7788

Valerie E-mail Valerie

Posted : 19:20
2nd leg to-day of 18k Rog did it in a 1.34mins coming 13th but still retaining his 11th position overall. next is the 7k night run which starts at 8 o/clock Sahara time. Anyone interested can visit the web site www.100kmdelsahara.com and you will find info and mug shots. Think he was whistling on his picture.

Kira [westonac]

Posted : 19:25
Thats two favours you done for me now went there today and as you say very helpfull and purchased a new pair.thanks again

steve.j

Posted : 19:25
sorry mean to put steve.j

Friday 10 March 2006

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 11:33
Great to see Gerry and a few of the Sunday morning walking group out running last night - Amazing what you can do when you put your mind to it !

Steve.J [WESTONAC] E-mail Steve.J

Posted : 15:21
Does anybody know of a Running Shoe shop with helpfull staff and keep a wide range of shoes in???Tried easyrunner no such look im afraid.

Valerie E-mail Valerie

Posted : 17:43
Just to keep everyone up to date with our man in Sahara, 1st Leg to-day an Rog came 11th out of 98, in 2hrs 45secs not bad for an old codger. Two runs tomorrow including a night run will keep you posted.

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 18:50
Val, thats excellent news! Many thanks for the update and let him know we're all rooting for him!

Thursday 09 March 2006

Milan E-mail Milan

Posted : 12:15
Dear friendsWhat about a beautiful marathon in Prague in the Czech Republic on the 14th of May 2007? You’ll find everything you need on the official website www.pim.cz and in the case you would like to get known more from the country and from its life, just get to my website www.czechyourway.com and I’ll be glad to help you to organize your stay here. Just do not count with me on the Day D. I will go for 42,185 km in 4 hours  . Did I forget to say what I offer and the official agencies do not? It is easy.Program tailored to your needs the way you specify them and that all with a personal and friendly approach of a man who runs and travels himself.Best regards from the Heart of Europe and if interested just get in touch. Tell me how you like your holidays (accommodation, interests, hobbies, tours, professional interests, …) and I will tell you what I can do for you.

Monday 06 March 2006

Sarah Barnes E-mail Sarah Barnes

Posted : 12:54
The 26th Wrington Fun Run will be held on Sunday 14 May. Starting at 11.30am from the Recreational Ground. Enter either the 5k or 10k both run on the quiet lanes around the village. Children welcom.

Steve Baxter [Weston A C] E-mail Steve Baxter

Posted : 13:24
Grizzly Number up for grabs. Phone or e-mail me. 0117 9886730W, 01278 760346H

rich g [wac devon section]

Posted : 17:58
steve j ref grizzly place i dare you.

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 22:53
would love to but im washing what hair i have got left before i turn 31.if what was next weekend i would but future wife working sunday so know go.

Sunday 05 March 2006

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 16:01
Did'nt realised Weston AC had a walking group that went over to Crook Peak ! And I thought it was a running club !

Gerry H [17.2 miles of hell]

Posted : 16:31

254 messages | 75 events entered.
Very Funny! Whilst you were ambling (and not whizzing) past on you bike Mr coleman, we were having light refreshments in preparation for the big climb ahead. Had you ambled past 5 minutes earlier you would have seen us all powering up past the Webbington at a rate of notts!!! Yes, even Adrian!!

andy salter [[WAC]] E-mail andy salter

Posted : 20:47
GRIZZLY ENTRY UP FOR GRABS,IF INTERESTED LET ME KNOW VIA E-MAIL

KIRA

Posted : 20:50
Have you heard the latest news RE: NZIMThey had to reduce it to a half due to horrendous weather conditions.Bad luck Kit

Maureen [The 50,s club.]

Posted : 22:03
If gerry and co would like to join us on a Sunday ramble, then look no further than the notice board opposite yours.All new members welcome.

Saturday 04 March 2006

Rich G

Posted : 20:41
Calling all virgins!!!!!Theres a party at myWhoops wrong website

the real rich g [wac]

Posted : 21:53
thanks jenko, i dont frequent the same places you do, clean living boy me you know.

Friday 03 March 2006

Andy and mars Salter [Weston ac]

Posted : 18:39
All the best for the NZ ironman KITand good luck ROGER in the DEL SAHARA DESERT RUN,We hope you both have a good race

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 18:47
Well Done to Liz (Green) who was first lady in the Quantocks Fell Race!!

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 21:15
Calling all girlies:Virgin Vie party, my house Friday 24 March, email let me know if you're coming, all welcome, Virgin Vie Rep bringing stuff especially for feet!!!More details to follow............

Thursday 02 March 2006

phil(bird)

Posted : 14:58
I bet you had to write that down before typing it!

Roger Hart E-mail Roger Hart

Posted : 23:48
Thank you to all the wellwishers for my Del Sahara desert run. If you wish to keep track of progress go to calender on the WAC home page, scroll down to 10th March then clic on the word 'website'. Then on the Del Sahara homepage toolbar, clic on edition 2005 and then 2006 and the word athletes will give you a list of runners. My number is 38. Looking forward to the warmer climate. See you all when I get back.

Wednesday 01 March 2006

Firestarter (NZ)

Posted : 09:05
Cheers Victor. Gearing up for the race on Saturday. Will I be expected to pay subs if I wear the WAC green for the run?

Kevin Minty [WAC] E-mail Kevin Minty

Posted : 09:39
Got a number for Bath Half, if anyone's interested mail me.Good luck for the race on Sat Kit.

Chairman Rob

Posted : 10:18
Well It will be a first if you do pay up Kit.Good luck.

Claudine [Drunkards R Us]

Posted : 13:28
To: Smirnoff Sales CentreDelivery address for the copious bottles of vodka: The Creche at Hutton Moor, marked for my attention only. Everyone else is on diet coke!Any problems please e-mail me:claude.van.vodka.co.uk

Phil (bird) E-mail Phil (bird)

Posted : 21:37
Are there any Grizzly numbers up for grabs from those of you injured/too soft to race? I know a bloke who wants one if so.All the best for the desert Roger, hope the knee holds up, and the same to you F/S for GayboyNZ (when you asked me to put a message on to wish you luck so everyone would know you were doing it, I didn't realise you'd asked half the club!)

julian clary

Posted : 21:53
yeah good luck kit dont forget your vaseline u dont wany any chaffing or soreness.

Firestarter

Posted : 22:59
drib lihp sruoy pu

Tuesday 28 February 2006

Claudine

Posted : 13:02
F.A.O. Committee MembersPlease be advised that the next Committee Meeting has been re-scheduled and will now be held on Tuesday 14th March.

WKD Blue

Posted : 15:52
have they run out of vodka Claudine!

Smirnoff Sales Centre

Posted : 16:33
Claudine,Please can you confirm the delivery address for your vodka party, you mentioned you wanted the bill sent direct to Weston A.C.Is this correct are they paying for it.Please advise a.s.a.p

the pancake club of great britain

Posted : 19:34
Victor are you busy saturday, we are attempting to make the worlds biggest pancake, we have enough hands all we need is a tosser

victor rival

Posted : 22:15

141 messages | 75 events entered.
excellent

Sunday 26 February 2006

Victor [Monday night moaners]

Posted : 09:35

141 messages | 75 events entered.
More inane drivel on message board , wish the tubby twins spent more time pounding the roads and less time pounding the keypads.Anyway i would like to be the first to send best wishes to two club members,Firstly Roger Hart on his ultra in the desert. Good luck Roger.Secondly to the Goofy firestarting pothunter Kit Stokes all the best for New Zealand ironman.

Rich G [WAC]

Posted : 19:13
i would just like to say a big well done to tim colin and phil who took part yesterday in what i think is the toughest marathon/half in the country as well as rough terain there was strong winds cold and lots of mud to contend with and as is becoming the norm phil was first lady after having some strong oposition in the last three miles, cant wait know for the grisley.

Saturday 25 February 2006

Ann Diamond [Gastric band AC] E-mail Ann Diamond

Posted : 15:47
Like me I know your chairman has suffered with his weight over the years. Mr Coleman such cheap jibes could set him back binge eating again and I believe a full written appology should be offered along with ample wine or beer to compensate him for you insensative and crass remarks.

Friday 24 February 2006

Judgement day 17th Sept

Posted : 13:52
In 2004 two runners raced in the Bristol Half Marathon, one being quite fat and the other being very fat.The fatter one beat the other by 1 second so revenge is to be had.Rumour has it a wager of 50.00 has been put down for first man home.One has been injured for the last 5months and one has been eating pies for the last 5 months so they both have alot to do between now and judgement day.Who is your money on?????

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 16:13
My money is on Rob Morgan, He's running well at the moment so will probably just pip Neil on the line !

Big Bloke [WAC]

Posted : 18:18
My monies on the one who will be eating his pies in the pub on the 17th.

Thursday 23 February 2006

GREEN PEACE [RAINBOW AC]

Posted : 13:48
Can we stop talking about these fossil fuel burning planet destroying monsters, what are you going to do when all the oil runs out, grow tomatoes in them a much better use if you ask me, as we say on your bikes and stuff the infernal combustion engine.

Wednesday 22 February 2006

deadhorse

Posted : 10:21
Is that ooh r32, fastest bird in Bridgwater?.

possible new member

Posted : 22:31
just logged onto your site to look at the programme as thinking of joining when my fitness has improved and just like to say what a cool woman who owns a twenty grand .r32 most people think thats a motorway junction ....

Tuesday 21 February 2006

rich griff

Posted : 20:28
jenko that message was nowt to do with me (for a change)anyway i get my clothes from next=next to nothing, whats wrong with the sands? nothing but top totty in there as we found out the other xmas, thank god i dont need to look anymore!toodle pip from sunny devon ooo no more cream teas for me thank you vicar!.

lady r32 owner

Posted : 20:29
johanthan anothony is a shop in bristol sells designers clothes enuff of this twaddle anyway

golf

Posted : 21:24
sorry but the old 8v mk2 is still the best, twaddle indeed!

me [aston viila 2 1 man city replay]

Posted : 22:52
so which one of our fine club lady drives a golf then??answers on a postcard addressed to fat boys inc.

Monday 20 February 2006

steve.j

Posted : 15:27
whats an r32 shop????

Kathleen [WAC] E-mail Kathleen

Posted : 19:05
KIRA, the person I use for Sports & Injury Massage is Mark Wilson, 7 Farm Road. He's really good have used him over the past 18 months and very competitive prices. Have put a laminated card up on the clubs notice board with Mark's details, however if you want his telephone number you can drop me an email. Ref Physio, I used to use June Simmonds (Stafford Clinic) on 35 Charlton Road, WSM. Hope that helps!

Lady r32 owner

Posted : 22:31
as no one knows a r32 is a very fast golf no topgear lovers then...

jenko

Posted : 22:46
ok rich so whats a johnathon anthony drink then, remember i was born in 1975 not 1958

Richie C [WAC]

Posted : 23:37
There's a good massage place above the taxi rank opposite tesco's. I went there and it really got rid of the stiffness and swelling.

Sunday 19 February 2006

Colin Welch [Nailsea RC] E-mail Colin Welch

Posted : 20:57
Wot has happened to your usual prompt race results service for the Prom???

steve fan

Posted : 21:31
Hi steve word of advice the sunday sport is really tacky if you want to pull attractive girls with a bit upstairs then you need to get some culture and try and get bit of class about. Buy a R32 shop at johnathan anthony drink in clifton not.. sands...need we say more...apart from that you seem like a really nice guy...maybe meet up sometime.

tara palmer tomkinson [silicone implants ac]

Posted : 23:45
sorry but steve is realy 1st class, should have got most improved runner, but hey ho non sunday sport readers were voteing and as the sex pistols would say.......never mind the clickyness!

Saturday 18 February 2006

Tony S E-mail Tony S

Posted : 12:36
It appears Rob Morgan has decided on a different form of suicide, (he will be watching Wales at rugby rather than run the Grizzly using my No. ) my entry is available to whoever wants it, so let me know if you are interested.

Tony S E-mail Tony S

Posted : 12:41
It appears Rob Morgan has decided on a different form of suicide, (he will be watching Wales at rugby rather than run the Grizzly using my No. ) my entry is available to whoever wants it, so let me know if you are interested.

Friday 17 February 2006

martin Church [great Western Runners] E-mail martin Church

Posted : 09:21
Hi Dave Prom run last night, many thanks...I did notice the list for fastest times , under MV60 I had no time down. For the list, Race 7 17/3/05 no80 34.59. Martin Church Great Western Runners.PS What was Harry Clayton on? can I have a bucket full!!

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 12:34
KathleenHave you no of the physio you use at Farm Road is it?

Wednesday 15 February 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 09:32
I emailed them yesterday (before it said full) to see if could enter on the day...obviously that's a no then! Will try and go anyway. Thanks, see you at prom.

Tuesday 14 February 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 11:51
Hi Jack, think it'll take about 2 1/2 hours to get to/from coastal marathon. Plan to leave around 6.30am, am allowing 5 hours for my race(!)so potentially back for 5.30pm. That might be optimistic...if you want to risk it, is no problem.

Jack Jones

Posted : 17:13
Hi Phil, the endurancelife website says both the marathon and half marathon are now full. There is a number to phone for reserve places though.

Sunday 12 February 2006

Photographed in the woods!!! E-mail Photographed in the woods!!!

Posted : 22:37
Got some great photos of Club Runners in todays Tough Ten. Some of these will be sent to Shaun for the club website. These and many more can be viewed and bought via www.zoomshotz.comPermission has been sought from the Race Director, to upload these photos and 15% of all proceeds from sales will be donated to todays charity, Children's Hospice Southwest.Thank You

Saturday 11 February 2006

rich

Posted : 23:19
Steve, on your way back from the tough ten,(if they are still open) can you pick up my copy of the sunday sport and please check the dvd's are there it's so annoying when you get home and there missing, cheers chuff.

Steve.J

Posted : 23:34
No probs mate do you want me to pick up your copy of slimmers world at the same time. i presume you also mean your rosemary conely dvd,great leotard shots.

Friday 10 February 2006

david hasselhoff lifeguard

Posted : 10:02
sorry you have incorrect information since the man in question dropped a floater in the pool he is barred from the pool as we thought it was a shark.

Thursday 09 February 2006

The Sun [page three] E-mail The Sun

Posted : 21:31
Lock ness monster spotted in hutton moor swimming pool, upon further investigation it was discovered jenko had lost his swimming trunks when diving in, two elderly eye witness's are reported to have had a stroke but later it was found that one could not reach.

Wednesday 08 February 2006

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 17:42
KIRA, Thanks for the Paula Radcliffe website, lots of experiences to learn from and highly motivating!

rich,s private collection [weston fat boys]

Posted : 22:38
for more brilliant action shots go to www.largeoh never mind.

Tuesday 07 February 2006

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 10:10
To keep you inspired during these cold winter days and dark nights log onto http://www.paularadcliffe.comSome brilliant action shots

Shaun Callaghan [WAC]

Posted : 21:37
Did anybody drop some gloves on the way back from the beach tonight? Navy blue thinsulate. Tel. 07919 328293.

Sunday 05 February 2006

Kathleen WAC

Posted : 12:23
Thanks to the Sunday crew who took me up to Crooks Peak....it was the first time I've been there and I have to say it was great fun (despite it being tough), the company made it very enjoyable! thanks again and heres till next time!

Saturday 04 February 2006

Jack Jones (WAC) [WAC] E-mail Jack Jones (WAC)

Posted : 15:38
I have a spare Tough Ten number. E-mail me if anyone's interested.

rich g [wac]

Posted : 17:19
message for victor,credit where credit's due a good win for england, i think the welsh have got some work to do,

welsh runner [na] E-mail welsh runner

Posted : 19:51
one year on, and England have finally got a team worth supporting! well done England, we hope you now get the grand slam.

Normal Service Resumed

Posted : 19:52
English Athletes pound pie eating Jones twins into the ground. 30 point winning margin and did not play that well . Happy days . Expect Bobby & Rich will have England tops out of the wardrobe.

Chris Balman [Weston AC] E-mail Chris Balman

Posted : 19:57
what time does the awards night start?

Neale Jarrett [WAC]

Posted : 20:29
I am going into the Beachlands tomorrow to advise numbers and menus it will probably be 7.30 but will confirm tomorrow.

plume of feathers

Posted : 23:07
French shirt is my second choice,dont think the jones boys ate enough pie's considering the English were 4 stone a man fatter than the Welsh.

Friday 03 February 2006

Steve Montgomery [Portsmouth Joggers] E-mail Steve Montgomery

Posted : 13:23
I'm visiting Weston on Tuesday next week and missing my club's training session. Is it possible to come out with you instead? Seems that you meet at Hutton Leisure Centre at 7:00.

fs

Posted : 22:14
Would that be Pop Larkin. Perfick

Thursday 02 February 2006

Charlie Larkin [none at present] E-mail Charlie Larkin

Posted : 13:27
Does the club have a junior section I have a daughter who is very keen. Dad also interested!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 15:48

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Charlie I will drop you an e-mail

Friday 27 January 2006

Liz Green [Weston AC] E-mail Liz Green

Posted : 11:40
Wyvern Christmas Cracker Lost PropertyI still have a few items, including a man's shoes and a man's trainers.Will the proud (?) owners please contact me regarding their return before I recycle them to the Salvation Army.

Rich G [FAT BOYS R US]

Posted : 13:47
Ref Lost PropertyDo u have my Asda George white y frontsabout the size of a bus with a tyre mark on them, i skidded while on my bike traveling to the Cracker.

ref y fronts

Posted : 15:00
no, but i still have your chocolate thong and wonderbra you left behind at hutton moor the other night.

Thursday 26 January 2006

speedi [westonac]

Posted : 14:22
nope spare places for tough ten Rich but you have plenty of spare tyres and not in your garage.

Wednesday 25 January 2006

rich g, fat boys inc [wac] E-mail rich g, fat boys inc

Posted : 19:48
if anyone has a spare tough ten place going,let me know.thanks in advance.

Malcolm.......WAC [Weston A/C]

Posted : 20:21

154 messages | 35 events entered.
Last chance to vote for Club person of the year is now extended to Thursday 26th January. See me after training at Hutton Moor tomorrow if you have not already voted. ...and don't forget to give your deposits and menu selection to Neil for the Awards night if you are coming.

Tuesday 24 January 2006

baywatch [david hasselhoff]

Posted : 11:39
steve's only trouble is when sunbathing on weston beach, greanpeace keep trying to put him back in the water.

Monday 23 January 2006

Teddy Bear's Picnic [Bearing Up!]

Posted : 10:17
If you go down to Broadclyst woods,You'll get distinctly lost,Coz daft race marshals send you the wrong blinking way!Grrr!

The Real Firestarter

Posted : 13:28
Sorry Jenko - not guilty for Monday night/Whale jibe. Someone giving me bad rep. Respect to you Victor. (P.S Whale was moving far to fast and looked too healthy).

matt f [westcountry tri] E-mail matt f

Posted : 22:23

85 messages | 64 events entered.
is anyone going down to the devon coastal path 1/2 at the end of feb. if so can you fit an extra person in your car? free.matt@yahoo.co.uk

right said ted [teddy bears tea party]

Posted : 22:56
confusion, i dont think so, pete and kevin were having a tea party with my mates and had one too many crumpets.

Sunday 22 January 2006

F/S

Posted : 12:31
Sad news to report , founder member of monday night massive seen swimming and spouting hot air in the River Thames is no longer with us .

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 14:30

254 messages | 75 events entered.
On a lighter note, congratulations to Jamie & Claire (Tottle) on the birth of their baby girl Polly born early hours of this morning three weeks early!

steve.j(free willy) [the come back kid (westonac)] E-mail steve.j(free willy)

Posted : 22:11
if anyone has a tough ten place going and does not mind having a 2hr time against there name please let me knowthanksvery funny f/s

Thursday 19 January 2006

MnM [WAC]

Posted : 07:11
Actually its escape from victor(y) 2

MnM [wac]

Posted : 16:44
can we make an italian job 2 with victor as camp freddie, jenko as the professor(he like's em big)big bloke can be micky cane, not a lot of people know that.

Wednesday 18 January 2006

Monday Monday looks good to me

Posted : 07:59
I thought that was the whole point of the Monday Night Massive - They never are there!!

M.N.M [not Eminem]

Posted : 08:54
THATS WHY WE ARE MASSIVE.

steve.j [fat boys united]

Posted : 15:05
way off the pace for monday nights runs(suprised you kept up victor), but i shall return when thy belly has shrunk and i can breathe properly

Tuesday 17 January 2006

Phil (bird)

Posted : 10:53
Nowt to do with me mate...thought monday nights had died a long time ago. However, there should be no apostrophe in thanks but should be one in Keith's, a comma after forty, a full stop after i and e etc. etc. etc....and as for 'there'...I despair!!

Student

Posted : 11:57
sorry teach no offence, spelling only on mondays punctuation is set for next year and as for granma well/hmm......

Victor

Posted : 20:08

141 messages | 75 events entered.
Made my monday debut last night,had great time. The massive were missing,think after narrowly avoiding casualty film shoot they must have been on film set of The Goonies 2.

m.n.massive

Posted : 22:37
your wrong victor, jarhead actualy!

Monday 16 January 2006

kira [WAC]

Posted : 12:26
Disappointed in having to see if anyone wants my number for the Tough Ten due to calf injury. Let us know if you are interested

monday night massive

Posted : 22:19
thank's phil(bird), all down to malcom and keiths policy of run for forty spell for ten, and having to spell whilst running, i e how many s's in mississipi, between, the pier and the tropicana, but the real toughie is' ethylenediaminetetraacetates, so vote for malc or keith there the real diamond geezer's.

Sunday 15 January 2006

fs

Posted : 20:06
Instead of voting for a club person of the year can everyone vote for the Monday nighters. It would be nice for them to win something and bless them, they deserve it for the improvement in their speling over the last year. Big them up.

Tuesday 10 January 2006

Georgeouse bobby George [lard ac]

Posted : 13:12
Shock news Andy Fordam crashes out of world darts championship, claims somebody in the crowd shouting'we hate monday nighters' put him off his throwing, andys now looking forward to a new carear in casualty with jenko and big bloke,

Big Bloke [WAC]

Posted : 14:58
Due to unforseen circumstances Big Bloke will not be appearing in Casualty (Sorry Victor) as he had a delegation of Toulousians descend upon his office this morning.

the dalecks

Posted : 21:38
toulousians,sounds like enemys of the doctor to me, bring back tom baker i say

gambler

Posted : 22:27
played andy forham fruit machine at temple meads it was 'hit just like him lost #20.00

Sunday 08 January 2006

Graham B [WAC] E-mail Graham B

Posted : 18:04
Anyone who is interested in doing the 'caualty ting' and wants a lift on Tuesday please let me know as I will be driving up. Apparently start time is 7:00 (AM) at the old bristolians rugby club. Breakfast and Lunch is provided.

Friday 06 January 2006

*****TO ALL MEMBERS*****

Posted : 17:38
******CLUB DINNER *******February 10th at The Beechlands Hotel. Let Neale Know if your going as numbers are limited.

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 22:21
If anyone is not training or racing on Sunday Listen to Radio 4 at 11am to catch Desert Island Discs with Kelly Holmes. Very inspirational. I know we can all get depressed when injured but self-harm well...........(You'll have to listen to it to hear the full story)

Tuesday 03 January 2006

Casualty Here I Come

Posted : 13:17
Free breakfast and lunch - Kev will be there then!! PS - any cakes?

Andy Devereux [WAC]

Posted : 13:38
msg for Ralph UnderwoodHow much did you pay Clevedon AC to add a minute to my boxing day finish time ????

Ralph [WAC]

Posted : 17:52
Next year i'll have to beat youfare & square & not pay-off the time keepers at Clevedon AC!

Monday 02 January 2006

charlotte church

Posted : 17:54
i dont know but jenko's very good at something ending with ing.

Sunday 01 January 2006

A question

Posted : 09:29
Steve, sorry buy you will have to remind me, what is it you do best?

A.N.Swer [WAC]

Posted : 12:26
Wind up Victor!!!

Jim Wotton [WAC] E-mail Jim Wotton

Posted : 22:00
Hangover 10K 2006Thank you to all WAC members and family that turned out early today to make this years race a big success. We had a record field of 148 entries and results were on the site by 3:30. We need 31 people to cover all of the tasks that need doing so again thank you for the support. Happy new year Jim